During the welfare event for cancer patients, Maulana Ali Muhammad passionately narrated numerous traditions from the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) that underlined the importance of serving fellow human beings without any discrimination based on religion. These traditions exemplified the Prophet's teachings of compassion, kindness, and selflessness, which have become guiding principles for Muslims worldwide.
He recognized their dedication and commitment to helping those in need, highlighting their role as torchbearers of the Prophet's noble teachings. He emphasized that instilling the spirit of volunteerism and servitude in young people from an early age is of paramount importance. He encouraged parents to nurture this spirit in their children by sharing stories from the Seerah (the biography of the Prophet), ensuring the cultivation of a compassionate and empathetic generation ready to dedicate their time, effort, and resources to serve humanity.
Sagir Deshmukh, representing the Cancare Foundation, delivered a comprehensive presentation during the event. He addressed various aspects related to cancer, including its causes, preventive measures, and available sources for financial assistance and treatments. His presentation served as an informative and educational resource for the attendees, equipping them with essential knowledge about this critical health issue.