B.C. Dodge & R. Mordant Mahon talk to Zaki Hadrami about bicycling 100 miles for refugees in this episode of “What a Relief!” — IRUSA’s official podcast.
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On this episode of the "What a Relief!" Podcast we work on dispelling the stereotype that Islamic Relief only helps Muslims.
B.C. Dodge & R. Mordant Mahon talk to Rami Nashashibi in this episode of “What a Relief!” podcast. Rami is the Executive Director for the Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN), a community organization that fosters health, wellness and healing in the inner-city by organizing for social change, cultivating the arts and operating a holistic health center.
As famine threatens 7 million people in Yemen, your gifts of food have been reaching families who need it.
In this episode of What a Relief Podcast, Selima shares stories and insight about all the amazing projects being implemented by Islamic Relief Russia in Chechnya.
In the episode of "What a Relief!" Podcast, Imran Madden, the UK Director of Islamic Relief, shares from his wealth of experience as an aid worker. When asked what he enjoys most, he says it is simply talking about the amazing work Islamic Relief does. He gets the most joy from conveying the true impact of donations based on what he has seen with his own two eyes.
Islamic Relief USA (IRUSA) joins other humanitarian organizations in adamantly opposing President Trump’s March 6 executive order that halts the U.S. refugee resettlement program, significantly reduces annual entry of refugees, and temporarily bans entry into the United States by citizens from six Muslim-majority countries.
Qaiser is 30 years old. He’s from Mosul, Iraq. He left Mosul after his brother and father were killed.
Suleekha is 7. She lost her father when she was just 2 years old. She was raised in this tent in Somalia.
Faisal left one war zone for another one that he thought might be safer. He came from Yemen to Somaliland by boat.