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Faith, Charity Drive Muslim Relief Workers

Motivated by their desire to help their neighbors and fulfill the key Islamic tenet of charity, Muslim volunteers were always present when hurricane Harvey and Irma bettered US states of Texas and Florida.

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Should Muslims Only Help Other Muslims In Need?

Salaam alaikum, Thank you for your very important, timely question. The destruction that Hurricane Harvey has caused throughout Texas and Louisiana, notably in the city of Houston, is heartbreaking. The extent of the damage done is just massive (likely surpassing the damage done by Hurricane Katrina, more than $190 BILLION) and it’s going to take …

Mosques Shelter Hurricane Harvey Victims

As Texas’ biggest church closed doors during Hurricane Harvey, dozens of mosques welcomed people of all faiths to its facilities, sheltering those forced to leave their homes devastated by hurricane floods and rain.

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Prominent Muslim Figures Launch Fundraising Event for Aleppo (Join)

In Aleppo, thousands of families are buried along with their dreams. There is a haunting aura of doom, destruction, and carnage. “Where are you?!” scream out the powerless victims of atrocity and genocide. Where is the help indeed? AlMaghrib Institute in conjunction with Islamic Relief, is hosting Emergency Appeal for Aleppo. Join Waleed Basyouni, Yasir …

Islamic Relief: Ambassadors of Islam in America

In a year when Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has frequently cast Muslims as violent radicals, the Islamic Relief charity’s volunteers say they have been thrust into the role of unofficial ambassadors for the real Muslim America.

Muslims Kick Relief Efforts in Haiti, US

As Hurricane Matthew completely shut down the Bahamas, Helping Hand for Relief and Development, a Muslim-based non-profit group in Houston, has kicked relief efforts around the US and Haiti to help evacuees.



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