We are working with SG Welfare Community in Pakistan.
Our new target is to grow 10000 plants this spring season.
Due to Global warming, the temperature is increasing day by day.
One day it will impossible to live on this beautiful Earth.
The only way to counter this problem is to grow plants effectively.
It will give us pure and fresh oxygen as well as liveable temperature. SG Welfare Community is doing well in the field of education, unemployment and Environmental crisis.
We hope to be supported all around the world in different ways given below:
1. By growing Plants
2. By supporting with a donation
3. By sharing with friends and family
Hope it will bring some positivity in us.
CEO of SG Welfare Community: Muddasir Hussain
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Zakir Abdul Karim Naik (born 18 October 1965) is an Indian  Islamic televangelist  and  Islamic preacher.    He is the founder and president of the Islamic Research Foundation (IRF).    He is also the founder of the  Peace TV.  He has been called an “authority on comparative religion”,  “perhaps the most influential  Salafi ideologue in India”, “the rock star of tele-evangelism and a proponent of modern Islam”  and “the world’s leading Salafi evangelist”.  Zakir Naik 
Naik in the Maldives in May 2010Born18 October 1965 (age 54)
Mumbai, Maharashtra, IndiaNationality IndianCitizenship Non-Resident Indian(NRI)Education MBBS Alma mater 
OccupationPresident of Islamic Research Foundation, Public speakerYears active1991–presentKnown for
Dawah Founder of Peace TV, Peace TV Bangla, Peace TV Urdu and Peace TV ChineseBoard member ofIslamic Research Foundation,  Islamic International School and United Islamic Aid Spouse(s)Farhat Naik    ChildrenFariq Naik,    Zikra Naik, Rushdaa Naik  Awards  King Faisal International Prize for Service to Islam, 2015Website
Before becoming a public speaker, he trained as a
physician. He has published booklet versions of lectures on Islam and comparative religion. Although he has publicly disclaimed  sectarianism in Islam, he is regarded as an exponent of the  Salafi ideology,  and by many sources as a radical Islamist    promoting  Wahhabism.     His preaching is currently banned in  India, Bangladesh, Canada, the United Kingdom and Malaysia, under anti-terrorism or anti-hate laws.    His TV channel Peace TV is banned in India,  Bangladesh,    Sri Lanka, and is pending a ban by  Ofcom in the United Kingdom.