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Ramadan is a blessed month, where good deeds and worship bring great reward. It is a time of mercy, community and heightened spirituality.

This Ramadan marks ten years of the ongoing and inhumane siege of Gaza, as well as worsening conflict and displacement across the Middle East. There are thousands of Palestinian families suffocating under the weight of poverty and oppression, with 80% of people in Gaza reliant on aid to meet their most basic needs. Refugees in Lebanon, Jordan and the West bank continue to struggle and are losing hope for a better future.

We appeal to you to not forget our Palestinian brothers and sisters. The people of the holy land need your support. And you can share your blessings this Ramadan and ease the burden on struggling families. The rewards available are limitless when you give with love, inshAllah!

With your support, we aim to help 15,000 families across the occupied Palestinian territories, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria.

Give with love #ForPalestine.

“Indeed, those who believe and do righteous deeds and establish prayer and give zakat will have their reward with their Lord, and there will be no fear concerning them, nor will they grieve”The Holy Quran 2:277
Whoever feeds a fasting person will have a reward like that of the fasting person, without any reduction in his reward.Tirmidhi

Distribution of Funds

Where and how your donations are allocated

West Bank and Gaza
Humanitarian Aid – (£4.2 million)
Community Development – (£1.7 million)
Education Aid – (£961,000)
UK & Other
Medical Aid – (£256,000)
In Gaza, 80% of people are reliant on aid to meet their basic food needs, whilst there are over 430,000 Palestinian refugees trapped in the conflict in Syria, vulnerable to starvation and disease.

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5 iftar
25 children
40 water
45 food
50 financial
250 medical

Zakat is a pillar of Islam and its reward, along with all other good acts, is multiplied during the blessed month of Ramadan. You are eligible to pay Zakat if the amount of wealth that you have owned is more than the Nisaab (the amount of wealth a person must own in order for the payment of Zakat to become obligatory). In this case 2.5% must be given to charity in the form of Zakat.


Anyone who cannot fast during Ramadan, and is unable to make up the lost days afterwards must compensate by feeding a poor person for each day of fasting missed. Fidya for one day is what you consider to be the average cost of two meals. For UK residents, this would be around £5.00 per person.


Kaffarah is the payment to be made if someone intentionally breaks or misses a fast without a valid reason. They must either fast continuously for 60 days or, if this is not possible, they must feed 60 poor people with two meals for one day. For UK residents, this would cost £300 per day.


Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) made compulsory to every Muslim to pay their Zakatul-fitr prior to Eid prayer if they have the sufficient means to do so. The money is distributed amongst the needy so that they may enjoy Eid. This year the cost is £5.00 per person.

How to Donate

By making a small donation today, you can provide a vital lifeline of support.


To make an online donation, click hereDONATE NOW


You can make a donation by phone: please call 020 8961 9993


Cheques payable to Interpal
Post to: Interpal, Freepost RRGT-ACUJ-XZSB, London, NW10 6DX


You can make a bank transfer:
Bank: Al Rayan Bank
Account Number: 01095401
Sort Code: 30-00-83
Account Name: Interpal

“Thank you so much for this help. You do not know how much it helps me! I
had nothing to provide for my children on the first day of Ramadan except
old bread and that is how we used to survive. Alhamdulillah and Jazakum
Allah Khair!”Fathea, Interpal beneficiary
“During the attack on Gaza last year I was very worried about Soleyman,
the little boy from Gaza that I am sponsoring. I recently received an update
from Interpal about him. He looks happy in his pictures, his mother wrote
me a letter thanking me for their gifts, and I knew that my money was
reaching them and making a difference”S. Shahir, Interpal donor
“I felt like the other children when Interpal
gave me a school uniform.
I felt happy, not poor.”Suhad, Interpal beneficiary
“I know that my donations provide
help and ease the burden of the Palestinian
people, and I trust Interpal to facilitate this”S. Khan, Interpal donor