Assalaamu alaikum,

Let’s take a moment and thank Allah (swt) for everything we have. Let’s take a moment to count our blessings, even though we will never be able to count them all. Let’s take a moment to cherish the mercy of Allah (swt), to remember Allah (swt) and to seek refuge in Allah (swt).

As COVID-19 spreads throughout the world, we should also remember to thank those on the front lines of this pandemic. Doctors, nurses, medical assistants and other healthcare professionals who put themselves at risk so they can save lives.

Life is so precious and saving a life is so noble that Allah (swt) says: “…and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all mankind.” (Quran 5:32)

Let’s count our healthcare professionals among our blessings. And let’s pray that Allah (swt) protects them and helps them treat those who are sick. We pray that Allah (swt) heals them all, ameen.

We are proud to have many doctors and other medical professionals as donors. On behalf of everyone at Baitulmaal, we thank you.

If you know a healthcare professional who is battling this pandemic, please be sure to call, email or text them to thank them for everything they are doing for us. Their efforts are serving us all.

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said, “He who does not thank people, does not thank Allah.” (Ahmad, Tirmidhi)

Thank you for your service to humanity during these difficult times. May Allah (swt) keep you safe, ameen.

May Allah (swt) keep us all safe. 

With compassion,
Mazen Mokhtar
Executive Director
Baitulmaal, Inc.
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