World Assembly of Muslim Youth urges Muslims to help Sudanese people
Riyadh-based World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) has called on all Muslims and philanthropists to rush humanitarian aid to the Sudanese people, notably in the eastern town of Halfa, which has been hit by floods and torrents causing huge damage to homes, schools, farms, cattle as well as water and electricity supplies.
According to SPA, Dr. Abdulwahab Noorwali, WAMY's assistant secretary general, received messages from inhabitants of those areas as well as from Sudanese officials soliciting urgent support for their brothers in the Islamic World.
They are especially looking forward to help from Saudi Arabia, as the kingdom is known for its quick response in helping victims of natural disasters, refugees, and needy people all over the world. (Albawaba.com)
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