Fadi Itani, Islamic Relief’s Director for Global Communications and External Relations, returns from Somaliland with this eye-witness report. Travelling as part...
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Islamic Relief works with communities to strengthen their resilience to calamities, and we provide vital emergency aid when disasters occur.
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We are guided by the timeless values and teachings of the Qur’an and the Prophetic tradition (Sunnah), which recognize that people with wealth have a duty to those who are less fortunate. Our values are:
Excitement is building for the Evening of Inspiration Nasheed concert series and organisers are urging the public to get their...
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND Islamic Relief South Africa (IRSA) in association with the Ibn Sina Institute of TIBB is set...
Today [22 March 2016} marks International World Water Day – a reminder to focus attentions on the importance of access...
A complex and catastrophic refugee crisis is unfolding across the Mediterranean, fuelled by ongoing conflict and instability in the Middle East and North Africa. Those that have fled war-torn Syria to other countries in the region alone number four million.
An already devastating humanitarian situation has been severely worsened by increased fighting. At least 600 people have been reported dead, 2,000 injured and more than 100,000 have been displaced from their homes.
Islamic Relief is working across the globe to provide vital support this winter to those who would otherwise go without. There are currently over 3 million Syrian refugees seeking shelter in neighbouring countries, often living in temporary accommodation including tents and make-shift shelters. With your support, we will be reaching out to families like these this winter, providing food, mattresses, clothes, blankets and other essential warming equipment.
Civilians are continuously caught between bullets and bombs. Millions of families have been displaced without homes; those injured are in desperate need of medical support; and children are still struggling without food, let alone an education. These are our brothers and sisters.