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TNTJ to organize blood donation camps in gulf countries

16 Jul

By TCN News

Dammam: Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamaath (TNTJ) is going to organize blood donation camps in Saudi Arabia to collect the blood which will be used for Hajj and Umra pilgrimages in emergency cases during this year Hajj.

The blood donation camp will be held on 16th July, 2010 at 1:00 pm onwards by TNTJ Dammam Province at Al khobar King Fahd Hospital. This will be the 6th such camp organized by TNTJ. It is expected that 200 donors will donate their blood at the camp.

While on 23rd July Al Jubail branch of TNTJ Dammam province will organize similar blood donation camp in co-ordination with Aljubail General Hospital. The camp will be open for all those who have willing to participate in this holy work but on the condition he/she pass a health screening.

TNTJ is a non political organization operated by Tamil-speaking people. The organization has been working for the welfare of the community as well as humanity in India as well as various Muslim countries including UAE, Saudi, Qatar, and Kuwait. Blood donation camps are parts of its works that have been carried out successfully for last several years. By the virtue of its active role, it ranks first among all organizations working for blood donation in Tamil Nadu.

Recently, TNTJ has organized a massive rally in Chennai demanding reservation in job and education for Muslims.

For details about blood camps call Nazeer Ahamed @ 00966-509094865 or +966-50535464419.

Link:

http://www.tntj.net/

http://www.twocircles.net/2010jul15/tntj_organize_blood_donation_camps_gulf_countries.html

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