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The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan – to the best of its abilities – seeks to help and deliver aid packages to poor families in all the provinces of the country during this holy month of Ramadan.
This aid is being distributed through the Department for Affairs of Martyrs and Disabled of the Islamic Emirate. The officials of this Department say that the distribution of aid (flour, rice, sugar and cooking oil) is taking place successfully and has reached thousands of poor and needy families so far.
Workers of Al Emarah taking part in this aid delivery state in their reports that the local people seem pleased with the food aid distribution and hope that the Islamic Emirate will continue and increase this aid process.
Large gatherings were summoned in various districts during the aid distribution. Officials from Department for Affairs of Martyrs and Disabled as well as local scholars and elders declared during their speeches that the Islamic Emirate shows its deep appreciation for the unwavering support of the nation for the Mujahideen during the hard circumstances of these past 14 years. The Islamic Emirate considers serving its countrymen as a form of worship and will leave no stone unturned in this path.
Supervisors of the delivery also articulated to the participants during the distribution process that although the aid currently being handed out is meager however the Islamic Emirate is carrying this out due to the empathy it has towards its countrymen.
It is worth mentioning that the Department for Affairs of Martyrs and Disabled of the Islamic Emirate is tasked with handing out monetary aid – and has successfully reached tens of thousands of families over the past five years – to orphans, widows and families that have lost loved ones or been disabled as a result of American brutality and to those innocent defenseless Afghans who have been disabled and grieved over the past 37 years.
The Department for Affairs of Martyrs and Disabled calls on all people as well as sincere Muslims and charitable organizations to give their donations and aid to the Islamic Emirate so that the foremost deserving orphans, widows, the disabled as well as poor and needy families are provided food aid and other crucial necessities of life.
Carol Anne Grayson is an independent writer/researcher on global health/human rights/WOT and is Executive Producer of the Oscar nominated, Incident in New Baghdad . She is a Registered Mental Nurse with a Masters in Gender Culture and Development. Carol was awarded the ESRC, Michael Young Prize for Research 2009, and the COTT ‘Action = Life’ Human Rights Award’ for “upholding truth and justice”. She is also a survivor of US “collateral damage”.