I was extremely lucky to be able to interview Adam Kelwick who is not only a Muslim Chaplain, he is also an Imam, an Aspiring Humanitarian and an International Peace Ambassador! It was actually by coincidence that Adam was able to have the interview with me, bless him he had come all the way from Liverpool to raise awareness with the Uk Government in regards to the famine in Somalia. Wow what an awesome individual! It doesn’t stop there, Adam Kelwick’s journey is a pretty unique journey. Adam had accepted Islam when he was 17 after being reunited with his father. Adam had first gone to Yemen when he was 18 to meet his extended family whose origin was Yemeni, his mother being English. Adam loved Yemen so much that he ended up staying there for 2 years and got married! I mean who says you can’t have all of your eggs in one basket?
He then returned to the UK with having learned fluent Arabic and wanting to memorise the Quran. SubhanAllah! When I approached Adam after seeing his amazing work in raising the awareness of the sensitive situation of Mosul, Iraq I couldn’t stop myself in wanting to help his work further. I instantly wanted him on my show to show the World what we were not witnessing. Adam had partnered with a charity and was raising funds to help feed and provide care for those people in Iraq who had to flee their homes because of the terrorist attacks. He has live footage that I have added in the show to describe the sensitive situation. It is as bad as with people having to eat dog meat to survive. A children’s Hospital was bombed that was a special cancer care hospital. There were not even enough beds to go around, I can’t write more please watch the show below.
I will add the link of the charity so you can please donate what ever you can so we can help build these individuals again. These individuals were normal like yourselves, with normal houses and food and jobs. But due to circumstances they have been put in this unfortunate position. Lets do what we can to help these people or anyone who needs help. People will always remember how you made them feel. Watch below to hear about Adam Kelwick’s Journey to Islam and his Humanitarian Work.