Islamic charity does what the British government refuses to do

    March 25, 2009

    It seems that with all the negative criticism of Islamic charities in the west, the good work these charities do inside these very countries is ignored.

    What a surprise!

    While UK forces are sent out to Muslim countries to kill more and more Muslims, the charities are doing their part to help people here… the very people the government is ignoring… Muslim and non-Muslim.

    Let's face it, instead of spending the hundred of millions to wage war abroad the money could… and should… be used to help people living in the UK.

    All the talk in the zionist media about how Islamic extremism harms those who live here is a load of bull.

    Islamic extremism is a product of the treatment and foreign policies of the western countries, and they know it.

    All they have to do is stop kow-towing to Israel, and it will all come to an end.

    However, that's not going to happen because the leadership is made up of zionists and the media is run by zionists.

    And so are the banking institutions.

    The really ironic thing about this is that Ummah Welfare Trust is one of the charities which had its bank account closed recently by Barclays bank without any real reason given.

    Here's the Press release from Leicester Royal Infirmary which came out last November 19, 2008.

    How many people know about this sort of thing?

    Breath of fresh air
    Press release 866, 14 November 2008

    Community group's £25,000 donation is a breath of fresh air

    Children who have undergone surgery will benefit from state-of-the-art equipment made possible by the Ummah Welfare Trust.

    The charity, which raises funds for charities across the world has donated £25,000 to buy an Invos monitor which monitors the oxygen levels in the brain during and after surgery. The group raises £4 million each year in the UK and the money is used to help disaster victims and fund development work in developing countries.

    The group chose to donate to Leicester's hospitals after hearing about the appeal on local radio. Spokesman Zakir Taylor explained how the money was raised within the UK and they wanted to give something back.

    The INVOS is the first and only patient monitoring system that is non-invasive and continuously monitors changes in the regional oxygen saturation of the blood in the brain.

    The INVOS Cerebral Oximeter measurement is made by non-invasively transmitting and detecting harmless, low intensity and near infrared light through SomaSensors that are placed on both sides of a patient's forehead.

    Use of the patient monitoring system allows medical professionals to monitor changes in cortical blood oxygen saturation and take corrective action. Research and clinical experience indicates that such action can prevent or reduce risks during surgery and other critical care situations.

    Debbie Adlerstein, charity fundraising manager for Leicester's hospitals, said: 'We are incredibly grateful for the support from our local Muslim community. This is cutting edge equipment and will improve the care of many of our patients and ensure we continue to provide the best possible treatment.'


    Photo opportunity

    The Ummah Community Group will present the equipment to Leicester's hospitals chief
    executive Malcolm Lowe-Lauri on Wednesday, 19 November at 12:30pm at the Leicester Royal Infirmary.

    Issued by Laura Dennis, communications officer, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust - 0116 258 8644

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