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[casi] Washington Post article on Muslim school children learning aboutIraq

Follow the link below to an interesting article about the Al-Fatih school in
Herndon, Va.  The children there had created relief kits and written letters to
send to Iraq through Mennonite Central Committee, a relief, development and
peace organization of North American Mennonites and Brethren in Christ
congregations.  MCC is now delivering the kits and set up a phone conversation
with the children so they could ask questions about the situation in Iraq.  They
were even able to talk Arabic with a local person.

You can learn more about the work of MCC in Iraq by going to our Web site

In addition, MCC is a part of a larger effort called All Our Children.  This is
a campaign by North Americans to provide critical health care to vulnerable
children in Iraq.

Larry Guengerich
Mennonite Central Committee
Media and Education Coordinator
(717) 859-1152 #282

For the latest on MCC's work, please visit the MCC Web site at

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