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Two resolutions on the escalation of violence at the Gaza-Israel border have failed at the UN Security Council. Since March, Israeli soldiers have shot dead at least 121 Palestinians who have been protesting for the right to return to their homeland. The US vetoed a Kuwait-backed resolution calling for the protection of Palestinians. The US then failed to muster a single vote of support for its resolution condemning Hamas. Al Jazeera’s James Bays reports from the UN.

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‚ÄėThe Future Belong‚Äôs to Palestine‚Äô ‚Äď Homage to the Great Return March as it Continues

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By Mike Farah and Ariyana Love

More people were injured by Israeli violence in 7 weeks of the¬†Great Return March¬†protest in Gaza, then during the entire 51 days of what the¬†Russell Tribunal on Palestine¬†ruled an ‚ÄėExtermination of People,‚Äô in 2014.

According to Pierre Krahenbuhl, the Commissioner General of UNWRA, 12,000 people were wounded during the 2014 slaughter, perpetrated by Israel upon Gaza, which they ironically coined ‚ÄúProtective Edge.‚ÄĚ However, a staggering 13,500 people were injured including approximately 3,500 by¬†live ammunition¬†during the Great Return March.

Times of Islamabad has reported that 187 Palestinians including 31 children have been killed by Israel to date. The UN have not updated their casualty figures since May 22nd. 

No amount of words will assuage the excruciating agony and grief so nobly laid before the alter of human sacrifice in Gaza, which demonstrates the ongoing 70-year catastrophe of the Palestinian Al-Nakba.

Never before has the price for column inches in the mainstream media been so dearly paid in the precious blood of unarmed, non-violent people, screaming for their most basic right to life, freedom and self-determination, in the face of a criminal occupation that has enforced an 11-year medieval siege on Gaza, leaving it unsustainable for the two-million inhabitants.



Razan Al-Najar, a 21-year-old volunteer paramedic, was murdered by Israeli snipers as she ran toward the separation barrier with her hands in the air, 
in a bid to administer first aid to a wounded civilian.

It was stated in a UN report in 2012 that Gaza would be¬†unlivable by 2020.¬†However, in 2017 Robert Piper,¬†UN Coordinator for Humanitarian Aid and Development¬†said ‚Äúthat unlivable threshold has been passed a long time ago.‚ÄĚ

At present, 97% of Gaza’s water is undrinkable and it’s population is being slowly poisoned and starved. The Trump Administration’s $65 million cut in USAid to UNWRA this year, has compounded the misery of up to 80% of Gazans who relied on UNWRA food aid to survive, as well as UNWRA education and medical care.

As a result of these cuts, many Gazans are now going days without food, according to our sources at the ICSPR and Ministry of Health in Gaza. The flood of casualties from the Great Return March has been catastrophic for what remained of Gaza‚Äôs already crumbling health infrastructure. Even the best equipped medical units in Europe would not be able to cope with the huge numbers of casualties and complexities of the life-changing injuries caused by Israel‚Äôs illegal use of¬†banned weapons. Exploding lead bullets called¬†‚ÄúThe Butterfly‚Ä̬†are being used to permanently maim the civilian protesters. An extraordinary number of limbs have been amputated.

Israel is also testing¬†chemical weapons¬†that were fired as ‚Äútear gas‚ÄĚ from¬†Israeli drones.¬†The symptoms have never been seen before by Gaza‚Äôs medical personnel.

Former British PM, David Cameron and Noam Chomsky have both called Gaza an¬†‚Äúopen air prison.‚Ä̬†In actuality, Gazans might be better off in prison, where bombs aren‚Äôt dropping on their heads, electricity is available, they get three square meals a day, clean water, access to medical treatment and a guaranteed release date.

It must be mentioned that Israel profits by keeping Gaza on the brink of a humanitarian catastrophe and under siege, in multiple ways, as explained in a +972 article.

In light of this context, Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner’s speech at the opening ceremony of the US Embassy in Jerusalem on May 14th, is an Orwellian distortion of truth that could only be surpassed by the late Joseph Geobbels, if he were describing the inmates of the Warsaw Ghetto during their uprising in Nazi occupied Poland.

While unarmed, non-violent Gazans protesting their inhuman living conditions, were being murdered and maimed, Kushner callously referred to the Great Return March by saying, ‚ÄúAs we have seen from the protests in the last month and even today, those provoking violence were part of the problem, not part of the solution.‚ÄĚ

Seriously Mr. Kushner, who is provoking violence and what do you see as a final solution?

Who is the terrorist? 

187 Palestinians murdered ‚ÄĒ¬†Zero¬†Israeli‚Äôs killed.

13,500 Palestinians wounded ‚ÄĒ¬†Zero¬†Israeli‚Äôs wounded.

What Palestine’s Great Return March has exposed is Israel’s Achilles heal and it’s most feared nightmare, NON-VIOLENCE! The dilemma now facing the most sadistic, weaponized society on Earth, whose very survival is dependent on just two tools in their toolbox; deception and brute military force, is how do they deal with coordinated, unarmed resistance?

Israel owning 96% of the mainstream media, through 6 corporations, has a massive industrialized PR machine which distorts, censors and controls the narrative, always blaming their victims.

Despite this, the powerful images of Israel’s murderous war crimes against journalists, medics,disabled, women, elderly, and children, still managed to break through the traditional wall of media silence and complicity, flying in the face of their fake narrative.

The potency of the graphic video images of Israeli snipers administering kill shots to the heads and chest of children and of protesters being shot in the back and while praying, to the maiming of thousands with internationally banned explosive lead bullets, which tore through organ and bone, has resonated far beyond the die hard activists, spawning a great awakening of millions who were previously unaware.

Israel‚Äôs usual¬†propaganda tricks¬†have been rendered impotent due to Palestine‚Äôs diligent reporting and live streaming on social media, which cannot be refuted. Israel‚Äôs efforts to dehumanize the civilians they murder by labeling the dead and maimed as ‚ÄúHamas terrorists,‚ÄĚ can be seen for the ridiculous lie that it is. So successful are the raw images reported by Palestinians and activists, that Israel has proposed another draconian law to¬†criminalize documentation¬†of Israeli occupation ‚Äúsoldiers‚ÄĚ human rights violations in the occupied territories.

Palestine’s people power

In truth, the Great Return March, which started on the¬†30th of March, is a grass roots initiative based on one man‚Äôs vision of birds flying over Gaza‚Äôs barrier fence, towards his stolen ancestral land. Which begged the question, ‚Äúif birds decide to fly, so they fly. Is it not the right of people to move freely like birds as they wish?‚ÄĚ

Who could of guessed the vision of Ahmad Abu Artema, a 33-year-old Palestinian¬†writer and activist,¬†would mobilize millions with a simple idea. From the seeds of this vision, the ‚ÄúNational Committee of the Great March of Return‚ÄĚ was born and supported by every sector of Palestinian civil and political society throughout Gaza, West Bank, globally and even in Israel itself.












Ahmad Abu Artema says he is inspired by Martin Luther King Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi. Photo credit: CNN

What we are witnessing here is a genuine expression of ‚Äėpeople power‚Äô in one of the largest and most exemplary demonstrations of non-violent resistance the world has ever seen. We‚Äôve often heard the call, where is the Palestinian Ghandi? What the world is witnessing in this historic march for freedom, is the essence of a population without an army, air force or navy, that has the spirit of 12 million Ghandi‚Äôs.

Even the elected Hamas government was inspired by the people’s initiative. Hamas Chief, Ismail Haniya is seen below, giving a speech at Gaza’s eastern separation barrier, in support of the non-violent demonstrations and the right of return for all Palestinians.

Palestinian Hamas Chief Ismail Haniyeh speaks during a protest demanding the right to return (UN Res. 194) to their homeland, at the Israel-Gaza separation barrier, east of Gaza City April 9, 2018. (Photo: Ashraf Amra/APA Images)

Despite Israel’s and the mainstream media’s efforts to demonize Hamas and dehumanize all legitimate resistance, Hamas proved to the world their willingness to react non-violently to Israeli aggression.

Showing remarkable discipline, Hamas purposefully did not return fire when Palestinian civilians were being maimed and murdered. This was illustrated in video footage Hamas released, showing they had Israeli snipers in their scopes multiple times, including an high-ranking officer who was within range and on target, named Yoav Mordechai, Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories.

In fact, Hamas demonstrated to the occupation a powerful lesson in non-violent restraint. Something mainstream media will never dare to report!

Video shows senior Israeli commander in Palestinian sniper spotlight ‚Äst(translated from Spanish)

It’s well documented that when it comes to ceasefires, Israel is almost always first to violatethem. War crimes are not self-defense!

The EU proposed to remove Hamas from the EU Terror List in 2014.

Palestine’s right to exist

So often we are told that Palestine deny’s Israel’s right to exist. When in truth, the PLO  recognized Israel’s right to exist in the 1993 agreements, brokered by President Clinton.

Even Hamas accepted the 1967 boarders, should Palestine be awarded it’s own state. But Israeli rejected that, according to top Hamas leader Khaled Meshal, who also confirmed Hamas’s recognition of the 1967 boarders with former President Jimmy Carter.

It’s time for Israel to recognize Palestine’s right to exist! 

At present, Palestinians are not even acknowledged as human beings. Just look at some of the most recent comments by Israeli Occupation leaders.

On April 8th, ‚ÄėDefence‚Äô Minister¬†Abigdor Leibermanclearly illustrated their institutionalized contempt for Palestinian life by declaring, ‚Äúthere are no innocent people in Gaza.‚ÄĚ

On the day of the May 14th massacre, as the death toll was still rising, Avi Dichter, Chair of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and ‚ÄėDefence‚Äô¬†confirmed Israel‚Äôs position¬†by stating, ‚Äúthe IDF has enough bullets for everyone.‚ÄĚ

In fact, the Israel admitted themselves, through an¬†IDF Tweet, that they ‚Äúknow where every bullet landed.‚ÄĚ Realizing their admission, they quickly deleted the tweet.

This disturbing dehumanization is endemic within the psyche of Israeli society, from cradle to grave, as illustrated in Nurit Peled-Elhanan’s book titled, Palestine in Israeli School Books: Ideology and Propaganda in Education. Nurit is an Israeli Professor of Language and Education at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

What is even more unnerving is that this Zionist ideology is now being openly parroted as government policy in Washington, like never before under the present Trump Administration. On April 10th, when an Al Quds reporter asked if there are any civilians in Gaza, the US State Department refused to give a definitive answer, they simply would not acknowledge the existence of civilians in Gaza.

Israel‚Äôs¬†‚ÄúSystematic Murder‚Ä̬†and weapons testing on Gazans, which continues to play out in front of the world, has drawn global recognition. Gazans noble and agonizing¬† sacrifice for freedom, has brought the Palestinian people‚Äôs inalienable¬†right of return¬†enshrined in¬†UN Resolution 194, right back into center stage, preempting Trump‚Äôs¬†‚Äúdeal of the century‚ÄĚ:

The United Nations General Assembly adopts resolution 194 (III), resolving that ‚Äúrefugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbours should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return and for loss of or damage to property which, under principles of international law or equity, should be made good by the Governments or authorities responsible.‚ÄĚ

Now it’s time to realize Palestine’s right of return! 

International response to the carnage

Throughout the history of humanity, every struggle for social justice has seen it’s turning point. America had it’s My Lai Massacre in Vietnam, South Africa had it’s Sharpsville Massacre and Ireland had it’s Bloody Sunday inflicted by the British. We are witnessing a moment in history, when the tide of global opinion ultimately swings against Israel.

The first tectonic shift occurred in 2014, during and in the aftermath of the last ‚ÄėExtermination of People‚Äô in Gaza. Now the world is once again horrified by Israel‚Äôs sadistic behavior on the killing fields during the Great Return March.

Shock waves are resonating across the globe and echoing through the corridors of power.¬†South Africa¬†is diminishing it‚Äôs diplomatic ties with Israel. Turkey‚Äôs President Erdogan¬†accused Israel¬†of carrying out ‚Äúgenocide‚ÄĚ and announced he would withdraw Turkey‚Äôs Ambassadors from Israel and the US.

Kuwait and Turkey rallied the Middle East and the world to unite in an unprecedented initiative led by Erdogan, calling for an international protection force for Palestine. In isolation, America has vetoed that noble initiative.

Recently, the US and Israel lost two major votes at the UN:

1. The first was a humiliating defeat for the Trump Administration and it‚Äôs declaration of Jerusalem as the ‚Äúcapital of Israel,‚ÄĚ which the UN vote determined was¬†null and void.¬†In defiance, Zionists moved the US Embassy to Jerusalem anyway on May 14th, in breech of international law.

2. A second resolution called for an investigation into Israeli war crimes in Gaza during the Great Return march. This was supported overwhelmingly by 29 countries. Only the US and Australia voted against it, with 14 countries abstaining, including Britain and Germany.

UN High Commissioner, Prince Zeid bin Ra’ad, said about the brutal siege of Gaza:

‚Äúthey are in essence caged in a toxic slum from birth to death; deprived of dignity; dehumanized by Israeli authorities to such a point it appears officials do not even consider that these men and women have a right, as well as every reason to protest.‚ÄĚ

Prince Zaid said that ‚Äúunder international law, Israel was obligated to protect the population of Gaza and ensure their welfare, but there is little evidence of any attempt to minimize casualties.‚ÄĚ

Prince Zaid also said, ‚Äúthe stark contrast in casualties on both sides is suggestive of a wholly disproportionate response. Killings resulting from the unlawful use of force by an occupying power may also constitute ‚Äėwillful killings‚Äô ‚Äď a grave breech of the Fourth Geneva Convention‚ÄĚ he told the United Nations Council.

The US and the British Conservative Party were arguing that Israel should once again be allowed to investigate itself after it’s depraved use of live fire against unarmedprotesters. We need look no further than the 2014 massacre in Gaza as a prime example of what happens when Israel is allowed to be judge and jury. They found no wrong doing in their extermination of whole family’s and their use of a plethora of internationally banned weapons, such as white phosphorous, DIMEand more.

The UK‚Äôs leading opposition Labour party¬†declared Britain‚Äôs abstention¬†at the UN, ‚Äúdisgusting.‚ÄĚ The Shadow Foreign Secretary, Emily Thornberry, slammed PM Teresa May‚Äôs weakened conservative party, demanding those responsible for the carnage be held to account, with an independent and impartial investigation.

This is remarkable considering the ongoing pernicious campaign by the UK Zionist lobby to brand the Labour party as¬†‚Äúanti-Semitic,‚Ä̬†in their attempt to silence any criticism of Israel.

Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour party leader has been a life-long supporter of Palestinian rights. In response to the lethal force used on the 9th of April in Gaza,¬†he called for¬†a full review of¬†UK‚Äôs arms sales to Israel. In a statement Corbyn posted for a demonstration in the UK against the atrocities, he said ‚Äúthe killing and wounding of yet more unarmed Palestinian protesters yesterday by Israeli forces in Gaza is an outrage. Firing live ammunition into crowds of unarmed civilians is illegal and inhumane and cannot be tolerated.‚ÄĚ

Corbyn made a manifesto commitment during the last election, to recognize the state of Palestine if he is elected PM. This is the first time a leader of the opposition in Britain has taken a stand such as this for Palestine. It also explains the sustained attacks by the Zionist Lobby.

In Ireland, Jino Kenney of the Irish political party, Solidarity‚ÄďPeople Before Profit, referred to Israel as ‚Äúmurdering bastards‚ÄĚ at the¬†Parliament.

Amnesty International called for a complete Arms Embargo against Israel on April 27th.

The Arab League called for a criminal investigation and the ICC will investigate a Systematic Murder complaint over the Gaza killings.

Regardless of international consensus, the Israeli ‚ÄúSupreme Court‚Ä̬†passed a ruling¬†on May 24th, giving Israel the green light to continue using live-fire against unarmed Gazans. This ruling was passed just after the May 14th massacre, when ‚ÄėIDF‚Äô snipers murdered 63 civilians on a single day, 7 of which were children, who were administered¬†kill shots¬†to their heads and chests.

When is the US going to stop using it’s VETO to sanction genocide? The Palestinian people have deserved an impartial peace broker and an international protection force a long time ago.

Let us remind the world in the context of international law, that Israel was permitted to join the global community at the United Nations based on the following preconditions, which have never been ratified.

The three conditions Israel SIGNED and AGREED to are:

1. The status of Jerusalem would not be altered.
2. The Palestinians would be permitted to return.
3. The partition agreement would become the final boarders.

Israel was accepted into the UN on condition that it was to accept the Right of Return of Palestinian refugees. Admission of Israel to membership in the UN (General Assembly Resolution 273, of May 11th 1949) requires Israel to comply with General Assembly Resolution 194 of December 11th, 1948 and Israel stated it agreed to comply with this resolution.

Israel has never upheld any of their agreements, to date.

The Great Return March continues…

Something unique is occurring among the make-shift tents and stages of this great nation’s gathering. The people’s rising has sparked a cultural renaissance which is revitalizing Palestine’s ancient spirit and resolve.

What the Palestinian people have achieved with their Great Return March, is an empowerment of ordinary civilians to determine their own destiny. It is the Palestinian people who possess the moral high ground and it is their faith that defines the future.

The US and Israel are now scrambling to impose Donald Trump‚Äôs so called¬†‚Äúdeal of the century.‚ÄĚThe Zionists aim to grind the occupied people down into the dirt so they will accept anything they are offered, which is always bread crumbs, or a chance to redecorate their prison cell.

Any deal that ignores the voices and aspirations of the oppressed people is doomed, ‚Äúnull and void,‚ÄĚ just like Donald Trump‚Äôs impetuous US Embassy move to Jerusalem.

The National Committee of the Great March of Return has called for an international boycott of all countries that move their embassy to Jerusalem in defiance of international law. The protests will continue. Every Friday Palestinians will gather at the illegal separation barrier in Gaza, until they are free.

The National Committee has planned for the largest mass protest in Gaza (as well as in the West Bank) on June 5th and June 8th, to end the illegal blockade and occupation of Palestine. They have issued an urgent call for the entire world and activists, to mobilize in solidarity:

‚Äúwe need you to scream out against injustice and double standards and urge your governments to carry out their moral and legal duties to protect the civilians of Palestine.‚ÄĚ

Israel can no longer deny the Palestinian people a one state solution, with equal rights for all, while making the two-state solution impossible.

What the Zionist occupiers may have hoped for, has¬†literally failed. PM, Ben Gurion‚Äôs infamous statement, ‚Äúthe old will die and the young will forget,‚ÄĚ is the delusional, colonialist fallacy that will lead to their own demise.

There are still Palestinian elders living in the refugee camps in Gaza who are older than the 1948 Israeli Occupation. These elders can literally see their ancestral homes from within their open-air prison. The majority of Gazans who are attending the Great Return March and those being murdered and maimed on the killing fields, are third generation refugees. Essentially, the old have not died and the young will never forget.

The question is, will they forgive?

When truth speaks to power, history reveals that struggles for freedom are not won by those with the most powerful army, but by the hearts and minds of the people.

Be there no doubt that the future and quality of life for all humanity is dependent on justice for the Palestinian people and their inalienable Right of Return.

THIS IS THE KEY THAT UNLOCKS THE DOOR TO GLOBAL PEACE.

Editors note:

In 1919, the Palestinian people were provisionally recognized as a State by the League of Nations, as indicated in the 1922 Mandate for Palestine addressed to Great Britain. The UN’s 1947 partition plan (UN Gen. Ass. Res. 181(II)) would have created a Palestinian State, except that Zionist paramilitaries sabotaged it.


Mike Farah is the son of a Palestinian born into exile UK …
He is a Spokesperson for WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V.
An environmental consultant…
teacher…..
Human Rights Defender.

 

Ariyana Love is founder of Occupy Palestine TV
Director of Middle East Rising ….
Goodwill Ambassador to Palestine (ICSPR, Gaza).

source also: http://www.occupypalestine.tv/future-belongs-palestine-homage-great-return-march-continues/#.WxncSO6FOUl

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Gaza Ramadan May 2018

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Ramadan 2018



Food Parcels

1.               Introduction:

It is just several weeks and the holy Ramadan will come while The Gazans still living¬† very hard humanistic crises due to more than elven years of siege which effects all aspects of life badly, especially the social, living, economic and medical aspects. According to the latest statistic from Palestinian Central Bureau there is more than two million capita live in Gaza Strip, these people bearing a very hard economic and living conditions, the unemployment rate in Gaza at the beginning of 2015 reaches 51.6%. Moreover, government employees have not been paid salaries regularly since August 2013 and no salaries at all since April 2014 then they started to receive 50% of their salaries or less till now, this means more than the half of the society ether don’t found jobs so there is no source of income for them or they receive salary barely can be enough for their food.

In these hard circumstances, the holy Ramadan is about to come which increases the heavy burdens of the ordinary Gazans who is living under the siege for years. And the poor families are the most affected category in Gaza, especially who consist of high number of family members and cannot afford to buy their essential requirements of the holy month. Thus, these families will be in a bad need for humanitarian aids.

So proceeding from our humanitarian duty towards the affected and poor families, the idea of this project has come, hopefully we’ll be able to alleviate the poorest families suffering.

2.      Project Scope

This project considers one of the urgent, seasonal and relief projects fulfilled in Gaza every year during the holy month. This project aims to help the needy and poor families by providing them with the basic needs during the holy Ramadan by distributing food parcels for these families

3.      Project Justifications

  1. The Deterioration of the living, bad social and economic situations in the Palestinian society in general and Gaza Strip in particular due continuing the siege and the closure of the commercial terminals.
  2. The increase the number of the needy and poor households due to lack of job opportunities. And increased the rates of poverty and poor
  3. The Need of many households to the basic foodstuff for the holy Ramadan
  4. The High prices of the foodstuff that are doubled due to the siege.
  5. The High rate of the diseases resulted from the malnutrition among women and children due to the lack of protein and vitamin, which are vital for the human body where the rate of malnutrition reach to 59% among children, women and elderlies.
  6. Need to revival the spirit of solidarity and compassion among Muslims and Palestinian people by urging them to spent sum of their money on the Palestinian poor households who suffer poverty, hunger and deprivation especially in these hard conditions.

4.      Project goal and objectives:

 General Goal:

Contribute to enhancing the social, economic and living statuses of the Gazans poor households during the holy Ramadan 2017.

Specific Objectives:

This project aims to contribute to…

  1. Helping in relieving the humanitarian and social effects of the siege, which damaged all the aspects of life in Gaza Strip.
  2. Reducing the financial burdens that are necessary for getting the basic foodstuff for the poor households during the holy month.
  3. Helping in relieving the psychological pressure of the breadwinners of the families during the holy month.
  4. Contributing in reducing the malnutrition especially in children and pregnant.
  5. Raising the spirit of the poor children by equaling them with the rest of children
  6. Achieving the humanitarian solidarity and compassion between Islamic nation and Palestinian people.

5.      Target Group:

  1. Direct beneficiaries: poor & Needy Families.
    1. Direct beneficiaries: poor & Needy Families.
    2. Indirect beneficiaries: the around area and the overall community.Indirect beneficiaries: the around area and the overall community.
      Ramadan Program 2018Iftar Meals

      1. Introduction:

      It is just several weeks and the holy Ramadan will come while The Gazans still living very hard humanistic crises due to more than ten years of siege that effects all aspects of life badly, especially the social, living, economic and medical aspects. According to the latest statistic from Palestinian Central Bureau, there is more than two million capita live in Gaza Strip, these people bearing very hard economic and living conditions, the unemployment rate in Gaza at the beginning of 2017 reaches 51.6%. Moreover, government employees have not been paid salaries regularly since August 2013. No salaries at all since April 2014 then they started to receive 50% of their salaries or less till now, this means more than the half of the society ether don’t found jobs so there is no source of income for them or they receive salary barely can be enough for their food.

      In these hard circumstances, the holy Ramadan is about to come which increases the heavy burdens of the ordinary Gazans who is living under the siege for years. Moreover, the poor families are the most affected category in Gaza, especially who consist of high number of family members and cannot afford to buy their essential requirements of the holy month. Thus, these families will be in a bad need for humanitarian aids.

      So proceeding from our humanitarian duty towards the affected and poor families, the idea of this project has come; hopefully we will be able to alleviate the poorest families suffering.

      1. Project Scope

      This project considers one of the urgent, seasonal and relief projects fulfilled by the Islamic Society in Jabaliya city every year during the holy month. This project aims to help the needy and poor families by providing them with the basic needs during the holy Ramadan by providing them with Iftar Meals

      1. Project Justifications
      2. The Deterioration of the living, bad social and economic situations in the Palestinian society in general and Gaza Strip in particular due continuing the siege and the closure of the commercial terminals.
      3. The increase the number of the needy and poor households due to lack of job opportunities. And increased the rates of poverty and poor
      4. The Need of many households to the basic foodstuff for the holy Ramadan
      5. The High prices of the foodstuff that are doubled due to the siege.
      6. The High rate of the diseases resulted from the malnutrition among women and children due to the lack of protein and vitamin, which are vital for the human body where the rate of malnutrition reach to 59% among children, women and elderlies.
      7. Need to revival the spirit of solidarity and compassion among Muslims and Palestinian people by urging them to spent sum of their money on the Palestinian poor households who suffer poverty, hunger and deprivation especially in these hard conditions.
      1. Project goal and objectives:

       General Goal:

      Contribute to enhancing the social, economic and living statuses of the Gazans poor households during the holy Ramadan 2017.

      Specific Objectives

      This project aims to contribute to…

      1. Helping in relieving the humanitarian and social effects of the siege, which damaged all the aspects of life in Gaza Strip.
      2. Reducing the financial burdens that are necessary for getting the basic foodstuff for the poor households during the holy month.
      3. Helping in relieving the psychological pressure of the breadwinners of the families during the holy month.
      4. Contributing in reducing the malnutrition especially in children and pregnant.
      5. Raising the spirit of the poor children by equaling them with the rest of children
      6. Achieving the humanitarian solidarity and compassion between Islamic nation and Palestinian people.
      7. Target Group:
      1. Direct beneficiaries: poor & Needy Families.
      2. Indirect beneficiaries: the around area and the overall community.
        Ramadan Program 2018Zakat Al-Fitr and Eid Gifts

        1. Introduction:

        It is just several weeks and the holy Ramadan will come while The Gazans still living¬† very hard humanistic crises due to more than ten years of siege which effects all aspects of life badly, especially the social, living, economic and medical aspects. According to the latest statistic from Palestinian Central Bureau there is more than two million capita live in Gaza Strip, these people bearing a very hard economic and living conditions, the unemployment rate in Gaza at the beginning of 2017 reaches 51.6%. Moreover, government employees have not been paid salaries regularly since August 2013 and no salaries at all since April 2014 then they started to receive 50% of their salaries or less till now, this means more than the half of the society ether don’t found jobs so there is no source of income for them or they receive salary barely can be enough for their food.

        In these hard circumstances, the holy Ramadan is about to come which increases the heavy burdens of the ordinary Gazans who is living under the siege for years. And the poor families are the most affected category in Gaza, especially who consist of high number of family members and cannot afford to buy their essential requirements of the holy month. Thus, these families will be in a bad need for humanitarian aids.

        So proceeding from our humanitarian duty towards the affected and poor families, the idea of this project has come, hopefully we’ll be able to alleviate the poorest families suffering.

        1. Project Scope

        This project considers one of the urgent, seasonal and relief projects fulfilled by the Islamic Society in Jabaliya city every year during the holy month. This project aims to help the needy and poor families by providing them with the basic needs during the holy Ramadan by providing them with Iftar Meals

        1. Project Justifications
        2. The Deterioration of the living, bad social and economic situations in the Palestinian society in general and Gaza Strip in particular due continuing the siege and the closure of the commercial terminals.
        3. The increase the number of the needy and poor households due to lack of job opportunities. And increased the rates of poverty and poor
        4. The Need of many households to the basic foodstuff for the holy Ramadan
        5. The High prices of the foodstuff that are doubled due to the siege.
        6. The High rate of the diseases resulted from the malnutrition among women and children due to the lack of protein and vitamin, which are vital for the human body where the rate of malnutrition reach to 59% among children, women and elderlies.
        7. Need to revival the spirit of solidarity and compassion among Muslims and Palestinian people by urging them to spent sum of their money on the Palestinian poor households who suffer poverty, hunger and deprivation especially in these hard conditions.
        1. Project goal and objectives:

         General Goal:

        Contribute to enhancing the social, economic and living statuses of the Gazans poor households during the holy Ramadan 2017.

        Specific Objectives

        This project aims to contribute to…

        1. Helping in relieving the humanitarian and social effects of the siege, which damaged all the aspects of life in Gaza Strip.
        2. Reducing the financial burdens that are necessary for getting the basic foodstuff for the poor households during the holy month.
        3. Helping in relieving the psychological pressure of the breadwinners of the families during the holy month.
        4. Contributing in reducing the malnutrition especially in children and pregnant.
        5. Raising the spirit of the poor children by equaling them with the rest of children
        6. Achieving the humanitarian solidarity and compassion between Islamic nation and Palestinian people.
        1. Target Group:
        1. Direct beneficiaries: poor & Needy Families.
        2. Indirect beneficiaries: the around area and the overall community.







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Massaker in Gaza: Christoph Hörstel PARS Interview 3. April 2018

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Massaker in Gaza 2018

Zehntausende Pal√§stinenser waren am Karfreitag an die Grenze zu Israel gekommen. Sie forderten am ‚ÄěTag des Bodens‚Äú im gem√§√ü Teilungsbeschluss der Vereinten Nationen (1947) von Israel besetzten Gazastreifen ein ‚ÄěRecht auf R√ľckkehr‚Äú in jene D√∂rfer und St√§dte, aus denen ihre Familien bei der Gr√ľndung Israels 1948 gefl√ľchtet oder vertrieben worden waren. 18 Pal√§stinenser wurden bei der angek√ľndigten und friedlichen Karfreitag-Demo am Gaza-Grenzzaun gezielt von Scharfsch√ľtzen der israelischen Armee get√∂tet, weitere 1.500 zum Teil schwer verletzt. Anlass dieser Demonstration war eine neue Bewegung, die die R√ľckkehr der Pal√§stinenser in ihre Heimat fordert und leben will, wie sie von UN-Resolutionen gedeckt ist. Wir d√ľrfen auch niemals vergessen: Diese Aktionen finden auf pal√§stinensischem Gebiet statt – gem√§√ü dem fragw√ľrdigen und unrechtm√§√üigen Teilungsbeschluss der UN-Vollversammlung 1947. Und: Es ist grundlegend und unverzichtbar, dass bei der auch von der NM angestrebten pal√§stinensischen Ein-Staaten-Regelung unter Aufl√∂sung Israels NICHT EINEM JUDEN ein Haar gekr√ľmmt wird. Dazu hat sich auch Hamas bereiterkl√§rt! Die Blockade kommt von den Zionisten! Besonders unangenehm ist nun der Freifahrtschein, den der neue deutsche Au√üenminister, Heiko Maas, bei seinem Antrittsbesuch in Israel dieser verbrecherischen Unterdr√ľckungspolitik gegen Pal√§stinenser dem Terrorstaat Israel ausgestellt hat. Wem das Schicksal aller Juden weltweit ernsthaft am Herzen liegt, der versteht, dass nur ein Ende der Unterdr√ľckung Pal√§stinas hier Fortschritte bringen kann. Dazu sprach Syed Hedayatollah Schahrokny mit dem Bundesvorsitzenden der Neuen Mitte, Christoph H√∂rstel, zu dessen Vorfahren auch Juden z√§hlen.

Offener Brief an Heiko Maas: https://tinyurl.com/yace9grb
Original-Interview: https://tinyurl.com/ya838vy6




 

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Indoor Oven Project March 2018

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Outdoor Oven

Indoor Oven Project

Please give us your opinion about this new project, we from wwr-help Gaza(a registered nonprofit charity association) thought it would be perfect and needful if we could build indoor fireplaces for the people in need here in Gazastrip.
The fireplace would warm up the home’s of the poor in the harsh Gaza winter and give also a opportunity to bake bread and even cook with it without depending at the electricity which is cutting daily for over 12 hours and at the cooking gas which is ALWAYS short.
This alternativ is not as expensive as most of you think especially not here in Gazastrip and its also not that difficult to build.Friends give us your thoughts about this project please.
B.K

WWR-Help e.V.
IBAN/Swift: DE69 3016 0213 0302 0260 25
BIC : GENODED1DNE
Account Number:
302 0260 25

Bank Identification:
3016 0213

Usage: WWR-Help Team Khy




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Sharon Woods – News & Promotion

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Sharon Woods

Sharon Woods is from Liverpool in the UK. She has worked in a variety of industries. Presently she is working voluntarily with the homeless and disadvantaged in her hometown. ‚Äú until 2015. „I had no real understanding of what life was like in Gaza.“

A friend on Facebook happened to share a post about Palestine, when I showed an interest he patiently explained to me how the siege on Gaza impacted on Palestinian life. I then began to do my own research and was horrified to learn of the extreme poverty people were enduring. 

I was seeing children with no shoes on their feet, inadequate clothing and families living in appalling conditions that consisted of houses that had been badly damaged in the 2014 war and never rebuilt.  Also a lack of basics like electricity, food and clean drinking water. I was appalled at the inhumane way these people were being treated and also enraged at the fundamental injustice of the treatment of Palestinians in their homeland.

I didn’t know what I could do to help until I was fortunate enough to come into contact with Janine Abauyyash the founder of WWR-Help e.V. who invited me to become a member of the WWR team.

What I especially like about WWR is that it helps the most in need the poorest of the poor, the people who have no voice because they have no access to the internet so they cannot appeal directly for help themselves, for them there is no way of reaching the outside world.

Each of our projects is carefully thought out and discussed at length with our contacts in Gaza so that donations are utilized in the best way for those in the greatest need. Working with the WWR team has been a humbling experience for me, it has also restored my faith in human nature. Although we live in different parts of the world we are bound together through our desire and determination to alleviate the suffering in Gaza and with your Donations we can achieve this.

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