King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre, Lebanon Branch, in cooperation with “White Hands” Association, on Wednesday inaugurated “Ramadan Village” project, “King Fahd Garden” in the northern city of Tripoli.
The Saudi-funded Ramadan village provides iftar meals for 250 fasting people per day and presents gifts for orphans and the most underprivilged people of Tripoli and its suburbs.
The inaugural ceremony took place in the presence of Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon, Waleed Bukhari, Mufti of Tripoli and the North Malek Al Shaar, Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s Advisor for Northern Affairs Abdel Ghabi Kabbara, Deputy Dima Jamali, and scores of local dignitaries.
Speaking during the iftar banquet, Mufti Shaar thanked the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, for this gracious initiative, conveying to them the affinity of the Lebanese people, in general, and Tripolitans, in particular.
In turn, MP Dima Jamali presented to Saudi Ambassador Walid Bukhari an honorary shield as a token of appreciation of his efforts in support of Tripoli, in particular, and Lebanon, in general, and in recognition of his support for the establishment of the largest “Ramadan village” in the Middle East, named “King Fahd Garden.”
Source: National News Agency