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The alim said they worked with NGO's who have already been established in the area. "We met up with Islamic Relief before we left South Africa and we then met with their counterparts in a camp in Somalia as well. We also worked with two local NGO's namely, Asanaa-bil-Khayriya and Al-Kaafi and assisted them in their camps as well."
This time the talking point came after VOC News reported that the humanitarian delegation, led by Sheik Irfaan Abrahams from Darul Islam Masjid in Surrey Estate left for the impoverished country on Monday night. The delegation, consisting of 11 delegates collected close to R1 million, to purchase aid in that country.
Following generous donations by Capetonians following a devastating drought that has left 12 million in the Horn of Africa affected by the famine, a group of Capetonians will be heading to Somalia in mid-October to personally deliver funds. Led by the imam of the Darul Islam Masjid in Surrey Estate, Sheik Irfaan Abrahams, the group will depart on Monday 17 October for Somalia.