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MB urges Arab and Islamic nations to help Pakistan 's flood victims
MB urges Arab and Islamic nations to help Pakistan 's flood victims
The Muslim Brotherhood monitored the disaster that took place in Pakistan due to floods and rainfalls, which destroyed up to 650 thousand homes, affecting close to 15 million people
Monday, August 9,2010 23:31
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The Muslim Brotherhood monitored the disaster that took place in Pakistan due to floods and rainfalls, which destroyed up to 650 thousand homes, affecting close to 15 million people

The MB calls on the Arab and Islamic nations to take action and help the victims to overcome the catastrophe, describing it as a religious and humanitarian duty especially in the spirit of the holy month of Ramadan

The group's chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie praised countries such as Saudi Arabia which  rushed to aid the Pakistani people stressing that it was significant that all Muslims followed suit and contribute aid to the needy people sooner rather than later

tags: Badie / Flood / Pakistan / MB urges / Islamic Nation / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood
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may pakistani people could recover from the disaster..
Tuesday, August 10,2010 08:55
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