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Sikh Charitable trust Khalsa Aid had received much praise for the gesture of helping Cyclone Fani victims in Odisha.

Once again, the UK based non-profit organization is winning hearts on social media.

Well known for their selfless services for humankind, this time the philanthropic group was seen gifting copies of the Holy Quran to people living in a refugee camps in Iraq during the holy month of ‘Ramzan’.

According to a post on their official social media handle, a Sikh man presented five copies of the holy book to the refugee camp manager near Mosul, city in Iraq.

The captioned read: “This week our team delivered 5 copies of the holy book #Quran and pray mats to a camp near #Mosul, #Iraq as per the request of the camp manager where we also distributed food packs for the month of #Ramadan2019 #Iftar.”

After they posted this video on social media, the internet went all praises for the Sikh organization and Sikh community.

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