Turkey’s presidential aide seeks help for Yemen

            By Diyar Guldogan</p>  <p>ANKARA (AA) – Turkey’s presidential spokesman sought support Friday for an aid campaign launched for Yemen. </p>  <p>Ibrahim Kalin posted a graphic on his Twitter account on the campaign, which was launched by Turkey’s Religious Affairs Directorate (Diyanet) and the Turkiye Diyanet Foundation (TDV) with the headline &quot;Do not remain silent over the screams of Yemen, which is facing the world's biggest hunger crisis&quot;.</p>  <p>&quot;Let's support this campaign to help our Yemeni brothers,&quot; Kalin said while using the hashtag #DonotremainsilentaboutYemen.</p>  <p>He said people in Anatolia will once again show the world that they stand with oppressed people.</p>  <p>The Diyanet, in coordination with the TDV, will collect aid money for Yemeni Muslims, who are struggling against starvation, disease and civil war. </p>  <p>The collection of donations will begin after Friday prayers in 90,000 mosques across Turkey.</p>  <p>Those wishing to participate in the charity campaign can also send a text message with the word YEMEN to 5601 to donate 10 Turkish liras ($1.87).</p>  <p>