“What A Relief” Podcast 50: Islam in Spanish: Empowering an Underserved Community Part II

“What A Relief” Podcast 50: Islam in Spanish: Empowering an Underserved Community Part II

In this podcast, B.C. & Mordant continue their talk with Jaime Mujahid Fletcher from Islam in Spanish. He shares more detailed insight on how his organization is making strides to bring knowledge about Islam to the Spanish-speaking community.

“What A Relief” Podcast 49: Islam in Spanish – Empowering an Underserved Community

“What A Relief” Podcast 49: Islam in Spanish – Empowering an Underserved Community

In this episode, B.C. Dodge & R. Mordant Mahon welcome Jaime Mujahid Fletcher from Islam in Spanish to share his groundbreaking efforts in making Islam accessible to the Spanish-speaking community.

“What A Relief” Podcast 48: Addressing MENA’s Youth Employment Crisis

“What A Relief” Podcast 48: Addressing MENA’s Youth Employment Crisis

In this episode, B.C. & Mordant chat with Taleb Salhab and Saro Nakashian from Education for Employment. The organization started in 2006 in Gaza and now spans eight countries with a mission of creating job opportunities for unemployed youth in the Middle East and North Africa. By providing world-class professional and technical training, they have placed over 10,500 youth in jobs to date.

Your Aid Reaches Aleppo Evacuees

Your Aid Reaches Aleppo Evacuees

The tragedy in Aleppo has caught the world’s attention this month. At Islamic Relief USA, we are grateful that you have been caring for the suffering people of Syria since the crisis began. Your food aid was delivered to more than 72,000 people in the Aleppo countryside this summer and fall, and now winter supplies are being delivered to Aleppo evacuees and others in desperate need in Syria.

‘Big Dream’ Becomes Reality, to Care for Children With Cancer

‘Big Dream’ Becomes Reality, to Care for Children With Cancer

A state-of-the-art children’s cancer ward funded by Islamic Relief donors is now in service in South Africa’s new Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital. The historic milestone was marked with a grand opening ceremony Dec. 2 full of festivities only fitting to celebrate the coming to life of an idea that Mandela imagined over a decade ago.

Winter Projects Begin in Middle East and Europe

Winter Projects Begin in Middle East and Europe

At 85 years old, Hasan was trying to take the place of both mother and father for his five young orphaned grandchildren in Jordan. He cooked for them, he washed their clothes, but he couldn’t solve a major problem for them — it was winter and they were freezing cold.