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IHH shares Eid joy with Caucasian refugees
On this Eid al-Adha, IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation did not leave Caucasian refugees, guests in our country, alone. On the 3rd and 4th day of the Eid al-Adha members from the foundation came toget
Turkey 12.11.2011

In addition to its relief activities, our foundation pays a special attention to the people who are desolate and in need of help. IHH  Qurbani Aid teams shared the joy of the Eid with the Caucasian refugees on this Eid al-Adha to prevent them from feeling lonely. IHH’s visit  made the children of the refugees happy.

IHH teams paid visits to the families of martyrs and veterans along with the refugees on the 3rd day of the Eid,  they went to Miniatürk miniature replica park on the Golden Horn  as a group on the 4th day of the Eid.

IHH members also took the children of the refugees which included orphans to a funfair to share the joy of Eid with them.

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