Sign Up for Ramadan Reflections

Sign Up for Ramadan Reflections

Each Ramadan at IRUSA, no matter how busy things are at work, we like to take a few minutes to reflect on an ayah or hadith or dua to help us refocus and work harder. The past few years, we’ve been sharing these thoughts with you each day via social media and email.
This year, we have something new—Ramadan Reflection video clips.

Riding for Refugees: Cyclist is inspired by grandfather’s journey

Riding for Refugees: Cyclist is inspired by grandfather’s journey

Zaki Hadrami’s upcoming 100-mile bike rides benefiting refugees sound daunting—until he starts talking about the journeys the refugees and migrants themselves take. Like his grandfather. That puts it all in perspective.
Zaki’s grandfather’s journey started at age 10 in his native Yemen. The little boy’s father had gone to live in Indonesia, and he sent for his son. The 10-year-old headed out alone with enough money to get him to the border with Saudi Arabia, where he had to work selling gas for a year before he could travel to Indonesia to look for his father.

“What A Relief” Podcast 61: #Cycle4Refugees

“What A Relief” Podcast 61: #Cycle4Refugees

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.