The Chennai floods have led people to come together to extend help to people in distress. One such example is how a non-governmental organisation called the Jammat E Islami Hind has been taking the work of cleaning places of worships in the city. The people ... DNA, 2 months ago
Muslim workers clean mosques, temples in flood-hit Chennai - Daily Times, 2 months ago
Muslim group cleans flood-hit temples - The Hindu, 2 months ago
The Shia community in the country have condemned the execution of Muslim cleric Sheikh Nimr al Nimr's execution by the Saudi Arabia government on January 2. The Majlis-e-Ulama-e-Hind (MUH), an all India organization of Shia clerics and the All India ...Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 1 month ago
It was a simple gesture of cleaning a temple but this act by a group of Muslim youths went viral on the internet. Members of the Jamaat-E-Islami Hind, who are involved in flood relief work in Tamil Nadu, speak to S Saraswathi. The sun is out in Chennai and relief and rehabilitation work is on in full swing. Along with the various government agencies, a large number of NGOs have pitched in to provide some comfort to the broken and battered people of Chennai. Good Samaritans have been out on the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Around 50 volunteers from an NGO, Jammat E Islami Hind are tirelessly working for the past couple of days, cleaning mosques as well as temples in the flood-hit areas of the city. The Hindu We find Hindus are unable to worship at temples in ...Indiatimes, 2 months ago In Flood Hit Chennai, Young Muslim Men Are Cleaning Temples To Help Their Hindu Neighbours Indiatimes, 2 months ago
As another year comes to an end, we welcome the New Year with hope in our hearts and prayers on our lips. May strife and enmity reduce in the world around us, and in our own backyards. May our elected leaders continue to work for improving our ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
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