Javed Afridi Announced to Send Viral Old Man from Balochistan For Hajj:
Muhammad Javed Afridi, an entrepreneur and business executive hailing from Pakistan, was born on August 14, 1985. According to Islamic tradition, it is mandatory for every physically able Muslim to perform Hajj at least once in their lifetime as it is one of the most important pillars of Islam.
Afridi recently expressed his intention to sponsor Abdul Qadir Bakhsh, a senior citizen shepherd from Baluchistan, for his Hajj pilgrimage. Bakhsh, who doesn’t own a phone, gained immense popularity on social media after his Umrah pilgrimage to the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah. Despite waiting for 15 years to perform Umrah, Bakhsh claimed that all his troubles had vanished after completing the pilgrimage. Javed Afridi took to Twitter to express his desire to sponsor Bakhsh for his Hajj journey, hoping that he accepts the offer.
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