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Showing posts with label CHARITY. Show all posts
Showing posts with label CHARITY. Show all posts

Sunday, March 14, 2021

For ‘love’: charity-washing colonialism, fascism and genocide

Aljazeera
Azeezah Kanji
Legal academic and writer based in Toronto.
12 Mar 2021

From India and the US to Israel and Myanmar, the ‘non-profit industrial complex’ is serving to enforce deeply-rooted structures of domination.


Signage is seen during the Jewish National Fund Los Angeles Tree Of Life Dinner at Loews Hollywood Hotel on October 29, 2017, in Hollywood, California [Michael Kovac/Getty Images]


In the name of “charity”, the Jewish National Fund of Israel is buying up Palestinian land in the West Bank for colonial settlements and calling it “environmentalism”; far-right Hindutva nationalist organisations are propagating their fascist-inspired ideology across the world and calling it “decolonisation” and “anti-racism”; and monks who justify genocide in Myanmar are running tax-exempt centres across the United States for the practice of “religion for peace” Buddhism.

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Turkish charity delivers Ramadan aid to Rohingya

AA
Mesut Ozcan
07.05.2019

            Food packages provided to 7,500 people at refugee camps in Bangladesh


BANGLADESH

A Turkish aid agency has distributed aid among Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh during the holy Muslim month of Ramadan.

The Istanbul-based Humanitarian Relief Foundation (IHH) provided food packages to 7,500 Rohingya living in a camp near Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar district on Tuesday.

Friday, April 19, 2019

Unicef Malaysia ambassador Lisa Surihani moved to tears in Cox’s Bazar.

Star2 .com 
APRIL 19, 2019
BY S. INDRAMALAR



Unicef Malaysia national ambassador Lisa Surihani was overcome with emotion after listening to the Rohingya refugees share accounts of how they had to flee their homes in Myanmar. Photo: S. INDRAMALAR/The Star


On her first day at the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, actress Lisa Surihani’s eyes welled up with tears.

“I couldn’t control myself,” she shares. “I didn’t want to cry but hearing their stories … listening to what the women and children had to go through to escape from the violence in Myanmar and make their way to Bangladesh … it was truly unfathomable and I was overcome with a whole gamut of emotions.

Monday, February 18, 2019

Sharjah charity inspects Rohingya refugee projects

GULF NEWS
UAE
Published: February 18, 2019 17:41 Staff Report

450 camps inspected along with mosques, wells and orphanages built by charity

Sharjah: Sharjah Charity International (SCI) recently inspected its charity projects in Bangladesh for Rohingya refugees. Some 450 camps were inspected along with mosques, wells and orphanages.
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