World-Renowned Egyptian Singer to Perform at Benefit Concert in SF

BURBANK, California (May 12, 2005) – World-renowned Egyptian singer, Iman

El-Bahr Darwish, will be performing this Sunday, May 15, 2005 at a concert to

benefit the victims of the humanitarian crisis in Palestine. Joining Darwish on

stage will be Napoleon, a rap artist formerly of Tupac Shakur’s Outlawz. The

event is being organized by the Bay Area Muslim Community, and funds will be

collected by Burbank, CA based charity Islamic Relief USA.

A popular Arabic singer in the Middle East, Darwish is making a tour of major

US cities performing at various benefit concerts. Darwish has already

performed before delighted fans in New York, Boston, Detroit, and Milwaukee

during his tour.

The ongoing conflict in Palestine has created a humanitarian crisis, preventing

thousands of Palestinian families from living normal lives. Many have lost their

jobs and homes and are forced to live in poverty. According to the United

Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the decline in the well-being and quality of

life of Palestinian children has been rapid and profound.


Benefit Concert for Humanitarian Crisis in Palestine

Featuring: Iman El-Bahr Darwish & Napoleon


May 15, 2005

5 PM


Nob Hill Auditorium

1111 California St.

San Francisco, CA 94108

For interviews with performers or other information regarding the concert,

please contact the event media representative below.

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Media Contact:

Abdul Ghafoor Mahboob

Islamic Relief USA

(818) 632-3485 mobile

(714) 676-1301 fax

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