The Detroit News: “‘Day of Dignity’ in Detroit served with empathy”

The Detroit News: “‘Day of Dignity’ in Detroit served with empathy”

Imam Mika’il Stewart Saadiq, leader of the Muslim Center Mosque, said the event offers dignity for the helper, as much as it does people who benefit from the donations and the health screenings.

CBS Las Vegas: “Islamic Relief Donates Thousands For Shooting Victims”

CBS Las Vegas: “Islamic Relief Donates Thousands For Shooting Victims”

Islamic Relief USA’s thoughts and prayers are with the victims and the victims’ families. We also want to help in the healing process, supporting those who were physically or emotionally impacted by this horrific attack,” Aly said.

LasVegas Review-Journal: “Las Vegas mosque remembers victims of mass shooting”

LasVegas Review-Journal: “Las Vegas mosque remembers victims of mass shooting”

“Words cannot explain the largest mass shooting in modern U.S. history that took place last Sunday,” interim CEO Shar ifAly said. “The pain runs very deep. Islamic Relief USA’s thoughts and prayers are with the victims and the victims’ families. We also want to help in the healing process, supporting those who were physically or emotionally impacted by this horrific attack”

Bahrain TV: “Hajj Coverage 2017: Muslim-Americans Make Journey & Help Others”

Bahrain TV: “Hajj Coverage 2017: Muslim-Americans Make Journey & Help Others”

Islamic Relief USA's Anwar Khan and Ahmed Shehata were interviewed by Bahrain TV about their upcoming trips to Hajj. Members of the organization had attended a roundtable with the U.S. State Department, the Transportation and Security Administration and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and others, to address cultural sensitivities around handling citizen concerns abroad as well as when returning from Hajj.