World-Renowned Egyptian Singer to Perform at Benefit Concert | IRUSA

BURBANK, California (April 21, 2005) – World-renowned Egyptian singer, Iman

El-Bahr Darwish, will be performing this Saturday to benefit the victims of the

devastating tsunamis in Asia. Joining Darwish on stage will be Napoleon, a rap

artist formerly of Tupac Shakur’s Outlawz. Funds at the event will be

collected by Burbank, CA based charity Islamic Relief USA.

A popular Arabic singer in the Middle East, Darwish will be making a tour of

major US cities performing at benefit concerts. This will be the first concert in

the series.

The most devastating natural disaster in recent history, the tsunamis killed

over 280,000 people. The World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that as

many as five million people are at risk, with little water, food, or shelter.

Islamic Relief USA has raised over $12 million thus far to support its

emergency relief and long-term reconstruction projects for tsunami victims in

Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and India.


Benefit Concert for Asia Tsunami Victims

Featuring: Iman El-Bahr Darwish & Napoleon


Hunter College CUNY

695 Park Ave.

New York, NY 10021


Saturday, April 23, 2005

7:00 PM

Islamic Relief USA representative Abdul Ghafoor Mahboob will be available at

the event for comments or interviews.

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