6 August 2012
Booklet highlighting some of the activities being carried out by Al-Imdaad Foundation
4 August 2012
The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, a group of 57 member states, urged the Muslim community around the world to give political, humanitarian and financial aid to the victims of violence in northwest Myanmar.
YANGON: After massacre of more than 20,000 innocent Muslims in Myanmar (Burma), United Nations has finally awakened and called for an independent investigation following claims of abuses by security forces in Burma's Rakhine state.
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