World Bulletin / News Desk
Mountaineer Rawan Muwahid will climb Europe's tallest mountain "Elburz" for Arakan and Syria on August 21.
In a written statment released Monday, Turkey's Humanitarian Aid Foundation (IHH) said that Muwahid will climb Mount Elburz (5,642 meters tall) on August 21 with the support of the IHH.
All donations to be earned by Muwahid's climbing will be used for the victims in Syria and Arakan (Myanmar), the IHH statement said.
Muwahid will begin climbing Mount Elburz on August 21 and it will take nine days for her to reach the peak of Mount Elburz, the IHH statement stressed.
Muwahid is a Palestinian mountaineer living in the United Arab Emirates.
In the past, Muwahid climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's tallest mountain (5,895 meters), to help the Palestine Children Relief Fund.Last Mod: 20 Ağustos 2012, 17:45