[WATCH] Mali Relief: Caring for the Most Neglected Muslims
Malians in Chicago Reach Out to the Community to Share their Story
The storage room of the Masjid al-Farooq mosque looks like an abandoned garage sale. There are curved-back love seats and two tangled-up bikes. A pair of televisions sit screen-to-screen underneath a portable basketball hoop. Any air ball shot would land on pile upon pile of plastic bags. >>> Read more
Mali is a beautiful place with soft beautiful people. This country holds the written heritage of Africa and Islam. There used to be more foreign students in Mali 500 years ago than there are now in New York.
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Mali is a part of West Africa. At one time Mali was larger
than the current size. This is the land of Mansa Musa, the richest man in human
However, it is now suffering a great deal of poverty. Half
of the 14.5 million population lives under $1.25 dollar a day.
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