In addition to worship, the mosques have excelled in other religious activities and educational matters throughout various historical periods. From a historical and religious perspective, a unique mosque in Islamabad provides food to deserving people and medicine to patients.
According to the details, there is a mosque in the federal capital, Islamabad, where food is given to the hungry and medicine is provided to the sick. Ubaid-ur-Rehman Bashir, the administrator of Jamia Masjid Rahmat-ul-Lilalameen (PBUH), states that problems are increasing in Pakistan with each passing day, leading to visible suffering among the people.
Dr. Ubaid-ur-Rahman explains that the mosque drew inspiration from the practices of Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam’s mosque, aiming to provide direct relief to every person. The mosque has evolved into more than a place of worship; it now serves as a pharmacy and rest house.
Regarding other departments, Dr. Obaidur Rehman mentions the establishment of a clinic, a Quran academy, a marriage hall, and a store for garments and shoes. Bait-ul-Mal was also built, and by the grace of Allah, the mosque has the privilege of providing medicine to the sick and food to the hungry.
Dr. Ubaid-ur-Rahman further states that the mosque offers medical check-ups through its doctors and provides clothing for children. The mosque encourages parents not to take loans for dowry, offering assistance for the marriage of their sons and daughters.
All these initiatives are bringing direct relief to the people. Dr. Ubaid-ur-Rahman emphasizes that the mosque’s name is Rahmatul-ul-Alameen ﷺ, and its blessings are evident. It is not the perfection of a single person but the blessings of Allah and His Messenger ﷺ that are apparent. By the grace of Allah, people trust the mosque.