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New York Mercy Bakery Feeds Starving People in Yemen - About Islam

New York Mercy Bakery Feeds Starving People in Yemen

How many times have you got perplexed about what to choose for lunch? How many times you opted for a new order though you had many kinds of food in your fridge? Do you remember how many times you and your friend have argued, trying to convince him that Sushi is a better option than …

Imam Omar Suleiman Joins Fundraising Campaign for Yemen

Imam Omar Suleiman Joins Fundraising Campaign for Yemen

“Help provide Emergency food, clothing, and medical supplies to our brothers and sisters suffering in Yemen. 100% of all proceeds go towards Yemen relief efforts. We are raising funds to help our brothers and sisters who are caught up in a brutal conflict with food, clothing, and medical aid.An alarming 22.2 million people in Yemen …

Yemen on Verge of World's Worst Famine in 100 Years

Yemen on Verge of World's Worst Famine in 100 Years

War-ravaged Yemen is facing the risk of becoming the “worst famine in the world in 100 years”, the United Nations has warned. “We predict that we could be looking at 12 to 13 million innocent civilians who are at risk of dying from the lack of food,” Lise Grande, the UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen, …

Yemeni Children Eat Leaves to Stave Off Famine

Yemeni Children Eat Leaves to Stave Off Famine

In a remotearea of northern Yemen, many families with starving children have nothing to eat but the leaves of a local vine. Mothers boil tree leaves into a sour, acidic green paste and feed their hungry kids; a food that does harm more than good but at least, it fills those empty stomachs. International aid …

UN Raises Funds to Support People in Yemen

UN Raises Funds to Support People in Yemen

On 3 April 2018, the United Nations and the Governments of Sweden and Switzerland are convening a High-Level Pledging Event in Geneva to support the humanitarian response in Yemen and alleviate the suffering of the Yemeni people. The United Nations and its humanitarian partners, in 2018, launched an international appeal for US$2.96 billion to provide …



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