By Trenton Daniel | 17 Oct 2012
School teacher Darlene Derosier, a resident of Port-au-Prince, the capital city of Gaiti, lost her home in the 2010 earthquake that devastated her country. Her husband died a month later after suffering what she said was emotional trauma from the quake. She and her two daughters now live in tents outside the capital of Port-au-Prince, surrounded by thousands of others made homeless and desperate by the disaster.
Source : OnIslam & Newspapers
Cairo | 09 Aug 2011
Every year, Brunei’s Muslims welcome new members of their community as hundreds of people choose to embrace the Islamic faith.
"We guide them so that they will practice Islam in their life,” Abd Aziz Hj Abd Kahar, head of Islamic and Mualaf Guidance Conservation Section at the Islamic Da'wah Center, told Asia One News.
“We wanted them to be a true Muslims, that are balanced internally and externally.”
Every year, no less than 300 people choose to embrace Islam in Brunei.