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IHH takes Sadaqa al-Fitr donations to Arakanese Muslims
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation, which has launched an aid campaign for Arakan, has taken the Sadaqat-Ul-Fitr donations, charity givers entrusted to the IHH, to Arakanese Muslims.
Arakan 15.08.2012

The donations of the charity givers they made for Arakan on the occasion of Muslim’s holy month of Ramadan have been handed to Arakanese Muslims in line with the requests of the charity givers.

In the meantime, IHH emergency aid teams continue to carry out relief efforts on the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. The IHH teams, which have been continuing relief efforts in the region for about 15 years, hence know the region well, are both making observations at the refugee camps where Arakanese people have sought shelter and also deliver aid to them.

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