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Bahraini students pay a visit to IHH headquarters
A group of Bahraini students who travelled to Turkey to spend their summer vacation paid a courtesy visit to the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation last Thursday. The students who conduct studies at t
MiddleEast 09.09.2011

During their visit, the Bahraini students also had the chance to have information about IHH’s relief efforts and projects in Africa.

The students who were accompanied by their teachers also visited IHH President Bülent Yıldırım to whom they voiced their wish to perpetuate the mission of the IHH themselves. 

In his encounter with the students, Yıldırım talked about the responsibilities to create a better future for the world and the duties of the youth to this effect. He also dwelled on the responsibilities of the oil-rich Middle Eastern countries for Muslims who are in need.

The students presented Yıldırım with a plaque from the Al-Eslah Society.

In the meantime, Bahraini students requested help from the IHH about the projects they can carry out when they are back in their countries and promised to keep in touch with the IHH.

At the end of their visit, the students made donations to the IHH by purchasing Mavi Marmara moneyboxes. The students said they will inform the people about the activities of the IHH when they are back in Bahrain.

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