Exclusive: Haitian Muslims seek refuge in mosques; “Everyone there has lost somebody”

Abdul Latif Veras, a resident of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, is at the forefront of the Muslim relief effort for Haiti. He updates me on how Haitian Muslims are coping with the disaster and what’s being done to help them. He’ll be heading out to Haiti tomorrow (Thursday) once again with aid.

Interview with Br. Abdul Latif

There are an estimated 3,000 to 5,000 Muslims in Haiti.

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3 thoughts on “Exclusive: Haitian Muslims seek refuge in mosques; “Everyone there has lost somebody”

  1. We are UK Mulims

    We went over to Haiti in Jan & Feb
    We raised over GBP 200,000

    • Tents & Shelter Box
    • Transportation of Aid
    • Delivery of Aid
    • Aid Reaching the Victims
    • Al-Khair Medical Supplies
    • Camps
    • Masjid e Noor
    • Water, Food & Tent Delivery

    See our site & pics
    http://alkhair.co.uk/haiti.php

    Tamkin Riaz
    London

  2. Assalamu Alaikum

    I came across this website while searching for aid provided to Haiti by Muslim countries. Do you have any information on this? People are criticizing Muslim countries, for not donating at all, or donating very little, or late.

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