islamic relief

The overwhelming need for basics like food, shelter, toilets and clean water mean the risk of Covid-19 is far from the minds of many desperate people.
Doctors and nurses were already working to the bone before the explosion. Now the hospitals that even survived are in even more chaos.
Even before the explosion, I’ve seen first-hand how Lebanon has been struggling with starvation, poverty and the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s keeping me going to remember how lucky we are – although we are facing difficulty, it’s nothing compared to people in refugee camps or in drought.
The death toll stands at more than 1,400 but the distinct smell of decomposing bodies tells you this figure is only set to rise
The Muslim Charities Forum (MCF) estimates that each year in Britain during Ramadan, Muslims give an estimated £100million to charities