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Struggling for hope and peace

Struggling for hope and peace

You can be sad for a while and hope becomes weak. But when someone comes to lend support it makes you say: “Thank you, Allah! Goodness still exists in this world”.
I will not surrender. I do everything I can to overcome the difficulties I’m in. I draw my strength and my will from my children. I have no one else but them after Allah. I hope to live happily with them away from the war and its horrors.

Helping people back to strength

Helping people back to strength

Mohib enters the operating room where the little girl is. He performs several operations, and then finally leaves the room unable to contain his joy after successfully saving her life.

Tasneem

Tasneem

I hope that it ends. But I will live in the hope of success and excellence in spite of all the difficulties and obstacles.

Syria, a story of a little boy

Syria, a story of a little boy

As conflict and violence continue to rage, Syria’s children are continuing to pay a heavy price. Islamic Relief visited Shamreen camp, north of Aleppo, to learn more about the realities of childhood amidst the worst humanitarian crisis of our time.

A heavy price for Syria’s children of conflict

A heavy price for Syria’s children of conflict

As conflict and violence continue to rage, Syria’s children are continuing to pay a heavy price. Islamic Relief visited Shamreen camp, north of Aleppo, to learn more about the realities of childhood amidst the worst humanitarian crisis of our time.

World Refugee Day

World Refugee Day

For Universal Children’s Day, Islamic Relief asked 10 children from within its programmes “What makes you smile?”. The broad question gave them the option to share what was important to them, and many chose to share their love of sports and the arts.

What makes you smile?

What makes you smile?

For Universal Children’s Day, Islamic Relief asked 10 children from within its programmes “What makes you smile?”. The broad question gave them the option to share what was important to them, and many chose to share their love of sports and the arts.