The following is an excerpt from an article posted in the Episcopal News in April 2017: 

“[Episcopal News Service] The American spirit of volunteerism, particularly it’s interfaith nature, is something that impressed Abdul Saboor when he first came to the United States as a refugee from Afghanistan, where he worked with the U.S. military in its operations there.

Islamic Relief USA doesn’t resettle refugees in the United States, but it does work to serve the humanitarian needs of refugees worldwide with the help of partners including LDS Charities, said Anwar Khan, Islamic Relief’s chief executive officer. Through a partnership with Episcopal Relief & Development, Islamic Relief USA is working to prevent violence against women and girls, he added.”

 

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