By|Mohammed Mukhtar

    A delegation of the Al-Azhar Charitable Society in Bangladesh on Thursday continued to distribute aid to the Rohingya Muslims in Cox-Bazar, near the border with Burma.

The delegation divided into three teams, each with a view to reaching the largest number of refugees, in coordination with the Bangladeshi authorities, which distribute food aid according to the rationing system, to ensure fair and sustainable support for most refugees.

The Grand Mufti of the Grand Imam, Dr. Ahmed Al-Tayeb, Sheikh of Al-Azhar Al-Sharif, gave instructions to the members of the delegation to distribute the aid themselves to the refugees and to stay in the camps. He stressed that psychological support, humanitarian communication and humanitarian brotherhood are equally important. In kind.

 The greatness of Imam Al-Akbar also ensured the participation of Al-Azhar girls within the delegation to emphasize the integration of the humanitarian message of the sons of the largest Islamic institution in the world to their brothers from the Rohingyas.

 The distribution of aid continues for five days, followed by the distribution of humanitarian and medical aid provided by the Council of Muslim Elders under the guidance of the Grand Imam of the Council.

 

 

 

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