I Found Happiness in Serving Others

I found happiness in serving others Sister Uzma is one of HHUGS’ most dedicated volunteers. In this blog, she opens up about her work with HHUGS, and how it helped her realise that happiness lies in serving others. For the first twenty-odd years of my marriage, my...

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Why Winter is the Best Season for the Believer

Winter is here. While some people grumble about the cold, and others catch a bout of the winter blues, Muslims across the world rejoice. Here’s why. Why Winter is the Best Season for the Believer The clocks have gone back, the trees are bare, and fallen leaves paint...

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HHUGS’ Eid Party: A Safe Space for Families

HHUGS’ Eid Party: A Safe Space for Families Eid is usually a time for celebration and laughter, but for our beneficiaries it can be an extremely sad time. Some of them have husbands, fathers, brothers, or sons in prison. They want to be excited about Eid, but it’s...

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Families in the UK need help too

It was the perfect day for a run. Summer had come to an end so the heatwave was over, but the sun still shined down on us as we made our way through Victoria Park. With children squealing and families rallying around to cheer on their loved ones, I couldn’t help but...

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Why I Volunteer For HHUGS

Our volunteer from Liverpool had always no end of opportunities to exercise her altruistic spirit. So what prompted her to get involved with HHUGS? “I’ve always been passionate about helping those around me: be it friends, family, a friend of a friend, any...

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HHUGS: An Embodiment Of The Spirit Of Karbala

By Fahad Ansari Are we like these people, full of bravado and boasting, but when it comes to getting actively involved in fighting injustice, we retreat behind our computer screens, too afraid to do more than ‘like’ a status update, if even that? Today is...

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Why I Ran for HHUGS at the Muslim Charity Run

  East London Mosque run a 5KM charity run annually and work in partnership with charities all over the UK to raise some much needed funds for great causes. Each charity have up to 20 runners that raise funds for their chosen charity who they run for. The run is...

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Why I ran for HHUGS in the Muslim Charity Run

I have always been keen supporting those in need. Though I am not a long distant runner, it is a challenge I like to take upon myself. As well as benefiting myself by taking part in the run, I would be benefiting myself in the Akhirah by gaining rewards for helping...

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