After providing the initial emergency needs for the Rohingya and the pending deportation of the non-refugees we started work with the involved organizations and the government for the long-term needs. Since the camps are spread in two separate areas they can’t be combined in to one camp, but rather there will be two camps long-term with the refugees from Bayeun combining with Langsa. We’re working with ACT to establish the new camp near Lhoksukon (closer to Aceh) while we are part of the coalition of organizations for the larger camp in the Langsa area. This update is from our project listed on the site at: www.ussunnah.org/project/rohingya
Ali Camarata embraced Islam over 15 years ago and since that time has been active in the field of da’wah. He was a born-again Christian and former member of the US military. Questioning the blind hatred towards Islam he found Islam through sincere research. Ali Camarata was active in da'wah throughout the Eastern US and later founded the us-Sunnah Foundation for charity and dawah in Indonesia.