WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V. Razzia am 10.04.2019

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Liebe Mitglieder, Unterstützer und Freunde!

Wie ihr sicherlich in der vergangenen Woche den nationalen und teilweise internationalen Medienberichten entnehmen konntet, ist unser Verein WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V. das Opfer einer großangelegten Ermittlungskampagne im Rahmen der sog. „Terrorismusbekämpfung“ geworden. Veranlasst wurde diese „Aktion“ durch das Bundesministerium des Inneren unter Leitung des Bundesministers Herrn Seehofer. Es kam am Mittwoch 10. April zu zahlreichen bundesweiten Razzien und Hausdurchsuchungen. Hiervon waren auch Mitglieder unseres Vereins massiv betroffen! Der -dubiose!- Vorwurf in den diversen gerichtlichen Durchsuchungsbeschlüssen lautet u.a. „(Verdacht auf) Unterstützung einer (islamistischen) terroristischen Vereinigung“! Diese Ermittlungen und die daraus resultierenden verleumderischen -bundesweiten!- Medienberichte können weitreichende negative Folgen für den Verein und die betroffenen Mitglieder haben!

Wir bitten jetzt alle Unterstützer und Freunde des WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V. ganz eindringlich um Unterstützung und SOLIDARITÄT!!!

WWR-Help WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V. hat NIEMALS „terroristische“ oder „extremistische“ Organisationen oder Personen unterstützt oder gefördert und lehnt solches Vorgehen auch vehement ab!

Unser einziges Ziel war und ist -gemäß unserer Gemeinnützigkeits- und Neutralitätsverpflichtung in unserer Satzung- notleidenden Menschen DIREKT mit Sach- und Geldspenden zu helfen, unabhängig von Nationalität, Etnie, Religion, dieser Hilfsbedürftigen.

(Siehe auch die als „offener Brief“ veröffentlichte Resolution der Mitgliederversammlung WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V. vom 15. Dezember 2018)

Wir sind Opfer einer dubios konstruierten Verleumdungskampagne geworden!

Bitte unterstützt uns jetzt und zieht euch aufgrund dieser Verleumdungen nicht als Freund und Unterstützer des WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V. zurück! Bekundet massenhaft auch eure Solidarität mit WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V. öffentlich in allen euch zugänglichen Medien!

Nur so können wir es schaffen auch außerhalb des von uns einzuschlagenden Rechtsweges die Vorwürfe gegen WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V. als gegenstandslos zu neutralisieren!

DANKE für eure Hilfe und Unterstützung!!!

WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance Help e.V.

Der Vorstand

Dear members, supporters and friends!

As you surely could see from last week’snational and partly international mediareports, our association WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance-Help e. V. has become the victim of a large-scale investigationcampaign within the framework of the so-called „Fight against terrorism“.
Initiated by the Federal Ministry of theInterior under the direction of the FederalMinister Mr Seehofer. On Wednesday, April 10, there were numerous raids and house searches throughout Germany.
Members of our association were also massively affected by this!
The -dubiose!- accusation in the various judicial search decisions is „(suspicion of) support of an (Islamist) terrorist
These investigations and the resulting defamatory – nationwide!- media reports can have far- reaching negative consequences for the association and the members concerned!

Now we ask all supporters and friends of the WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V. urgently for support and SOLIDARITY!!

WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V. has NEVER contacted, supported or promoted “terrorist“; or “extremist“ organizations or persons and vehemently rejects such action!
Our only goal was and is – according to our non-profit and neutrality obligation in our statute – to help needy people DIRECTLY with donations in kind and money, independent of nationality, ethnicity, religion,
of these needy people. (See also the resolution of the General Assembly WWR-Help of 15 December 2018 published in our medias as an „open letter“

We are victims of a dubiously constructed slander campaign!

Please support us now and don’t retreat as a friend and supporter of the WWR-Help because of this slander! Express your solidarity with WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V. publicly in all media accessible to you! Strongly criticize the unreflected approach of the authorities and media!
Only in this way can we manage to neutralize the accusations against WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V. as irrelevant even outside the legal process to be taken by us!

THANK YOU for your help and support!!!
WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance Help e.V.

The Executive Board


Ramadan 2019

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Palestinins who live in the costal enclave are under attack by the israli occupation forces. For more than a decade, the life of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip has been deeply impacted by he effects of an Israeli-imposed blokade on Gaza`s coast and the border crossings to Gaza. The protests, then, also highlight what the United Nations (UN) warned in January 2019; a growing humanitarian crisis has brought the area to the brink of collapse. Many in the international community are unaware og the urgent humanitarian crisis that has brought the Gaza Strip to a dire tipping point. In the densely populated Gaza Strip, explosions echoed every single minute that shaking buildings and lighting the besieged coastal enclave. The Israeli warplanes hit several targets in the last few hours, including Governmental institutions, car driving School, residential building, agricultural lands, resitsances sites.



++There is no immediate confirmation or comment yet on Egyptian-brokered ceasefire. The Israeli occupation raids on Gaza are still ongoing.
Due to the urgent humanitarian crisis in gaza Strip and the collapse of the Gazan`s economic situation where many people are struggling to keep surviving and they are in a mass need for help specially after the Israeli escalation and the several airstrikes lunched against Haza Strip. Nour el Marifa Association and WWR-Help. WorldWide Resistance-Help e.V. calling on the local and internatinal NGOs to help Palestinian refugees living in Gaza Strip with this urgent intervention of providing urgent food parcels & urgent assistance to the most needy, vulnerable and affected families in Gaza.



Shorouq Abdelnasser Alhajjar

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Shorouq Abdelnasser Alhajjar

Shorouq Al Hajjar, am a graduate of English language BA, and I am a youth activist since 6 years,
carrying out activities and campaigning for youth concerns including good governance.

I studied Business Administration at the United States in Indiana University.
Then I came back to Gaza Strip to serve my people through my work
with the NGO & INGOs dreaming to make tomorrow better.

I worked as projects manager for many years.

Then I moved to work as Gaza office manager of WWR-Help. e.V.
Believing in our „mission“ serving all the needy peopleand alleviating
the suffering of all vulnerable groups.

We have in the Gaza’s community contribute in promoting peace
in the Palestinian community.

And finally am doing my MA
in the Translation studies to achieve my goal which is conveying
the truth about the Palestinian case to the whole entire world looking forward
a better future for us and for our children in Palestine.




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I grew up in the Karachi area, in the Pakistan. I absolutely love photography and journalism It is always very complicated to speak of ourselves, probably because even we don’t know ourselves very well. The only thing I am able to to say about myself is that i am easygoing person, although sometimes i am so stubborn.


Talkative and outspoken I have a great thirst for knowledge and a great wish to learn about everything that is different than me I have a few big passions in life: Exploring this beautiful and fragile planet we live on. To see every little aspect of it and experience the lives of the people living on it. In the same spirit i want to work as far as possible to help changing this world into a better place. For me that is done by different forms of activism and by using my camera and my pen.


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.

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

Bank Identification:
3016 0213

Usage: WWR-Help Team Khy


Living Bread Project

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Planning Picture:

Our Partner:
Living Bread International Church

We will set up a campaign to help a poor family by open a small project for them, open them a small bakery.
Please support our families to have shelter or work to let them feel the life like humans.


Families in Gaza are living under very bad conditions, there is a shortage of food, clothing,
electricity and water, life in Gaza simply does not exist.

It was offered a very big help through the donor countries but there is the process of a major fraud and the absence of justice in the distribution of aid because they are part of the government and civil institutions who steal aid to be distributed to relatives and friends.

UNRWA provides food aid every three months, but this aid is only enough for two weeks to poor families

Our experience in working in the previous period allowed us to work for small and medium-sized enterprises to provide these families a little help by collecting donations and funding from philanthropists and owners of compassionate hearts to provide these needs.

Among the projects to bake bread is to provide children with a proper meal.

To distribute meat to the poor, because a lot of families in Gaza do not know meat for a long period of time To provide recreational trips for children to entertain theirself.

Also to provide food baskets to help families in daily life.
And to buy clothes and shoes for poor children we are also thinking in a small project in the Gaza Strip.

A restaurant or a pastrie bakery, build on the sale of products through the profit and to buy the needs of poor families and to make sure that on a monthly base 20 families can live for a long period of time.

This project is made to provide jobs for the unemployed, provides production and helps poor families for a long time. The idea is to let woman in the community make bread and sell them on the market.

A part of the profit will go to poor families for food and clothing and a part will be used to sustain and develop the project.

Advantages of the Project:

1. It will help people directly. Poor people can be fed and dressed.

2. The people running this project are doing something constructive. Most of the people in Gaza feel imprisoned in a hopeless situation. If they start up something initiated by themselves they will create future possibilities and therefore feel more secure and hopeful.

3. As soon as the project is running it will be self-sufficient.

4. More and more people will benefit from the project as soon the project will develop itself.

5. It is a project initiated by the local people of Gaza so it is tailored on their needs. These people to give them a financiel boost to start up.




1 straw bale (2 are shown but we only used 1)
24 fire bricks (the most expensive material at $75)
1 bag perlite (in garden center)
some  coarse sand (cheaper than you would think, cost me $30)
wheel barrow
2 tarps
2 shovels

We gathered rocks and bricks from the property (you can sub in large rocks instead of bricks) and build a circle that would contain the planned circumference. As we built it up, we filled the center with large rocks and shovelfuls of dirt. Initially, we did not plaster the foundation, though you will see us address that a little later. We wanted freedom in the build to modify if necessary.

Once you have built the foundation to an acceptable height that you would feel okay leaning down and putting in wood to burn or things to cook, stop and fill with dirt, leaving a couple of inches for insulation. Insulating the bottom is important because you don’t want the oven floor to be sucking all the heat out while trying to cook.

For insulation we used a variety of root beer bottles and beer bottles from the side of the road. We even arranged them all pretty. Fill in between the bottles with a bag of perlite and then top with sand.We used a wooden board to compact and level the sand before putting down the firebricks that comprise the oven floor.

The firebricks are what your food rests on to cook; this is important because you want the firebricks to be as close as possible to one another so that they don’t shift, push sand up onto the floor, or rest unevenly against each other so that your food gets caught on the edge of a brick.

Pretty much everyone will tell you to take time on this and you should. Lay one brick, kiss the edge of a second to the top edge of that brick and slide down until it sits flush. Use a level. All that.

Or at least you should. We didn’t, we eyeballed it. What can I say? We wanted to make this happen. I’m happy with the oven so don’t stress too much but just keep the level-ness of the floor in mind while you work.

The oven’s thermal layer holds the heat from your fire long after it is gone so that you can cook delicious pizza (among other things). For the thermal layer, we needed 1 part clay, 3 parts sand, and enough water to make it easy to form but not so much that it was wet. The test for the right consistency was forming a golf ball sized bit of it and dropping it from wait height without seeing cracks (too dry) or it splatting (too wet). The mixture may change based on the clay you obtain. The subsoil/clay that we dug up on the property really only needed about a 1:1 mixture of clay:sand to achieve the golf ball test. Experiment by digging up the clay, putting some shovelfuls on a tarp, throwing some sand and water on it and dancing all over with your feet (if you want it slightly less dirty, fold the tarp in half over the mix and dance on the tarp. Think grape smashing). Once you pass that golf ball test, get to layering.

Our thermal layer was about 3″ thick. We essentially formed mud bricks and smashed them together, then compressed with a board (shown in image). Now your oven needs time to think about things. We gave our Jabba the hut a week to dry out a little (may need a loose tarp if you are building in a wet environment).

Let Dry

We waited a week before returning to our little Jabba the Oven.

Cut a Door

Be sure to stick to your planned measurements as best you can! The door height:interior dome height is important so air can be drawn in for the fire to get hot. The door should be approximately 63% of the height of the inner dome (the top of your wet sand form).

Build the Insulation Layer

The insulation layer makes the oven cool slooooowly so you can cook stuff. The insulation layer is just clay and straw, with enough water so that it all sticks together. We found forming little handsized bricks and building up to be useful. This layer should be about 4-5″ thick and ends up looking a little ridiculous. You can also see that it was about this point in construction when we finally dug out the sand from the interior. We waited because, as we added layers, we were compressing and didn’t want to compress our way into a pile of mud. The second photo shows the sand out of the oven and the doorway edges with smoothed out by hand with a little assistance from some water.

Coat With a Finishing Layer

Our oven was a bit…straw-y. The initial plan for the finishing layer advised adding straw but we chose to forgo and use a sand/clay mixture to smooth everything out. We poked little fingertip bumps in it because we were unsure if we wanted to do a plaster layer after it dried and wanted the plaster to have something to hold onto just in case.

Let Dry

We waited three weeks before returning to the oven. If necessary, you can build a series of small fires over time to assist in drying it out faster. As we built the oven on vacation land quite a distance from our home, that wasn’t the preferred method for us. Instead, we covered the oven loosely with a tarp to protect it from the elements and let time go to work on the drying.

When we came back to the oven, we removed the tarp and heated it up using small kindling and fallen tree limbs that had dried out (honestly, the smaller bits worked better in drawing in air than the larger kindling). We heated the oven up with constant fire for about 3 1/2 hours.

For the test run, we decided to have a pizza party, making dough and readying toppings.

Once enough time had passed and the oven was hot to the touch (on the outside), we swept out the embers and got to cooking. I recommend using an infrared thermometer to judge temperature as we went through a bit of trial and error (pizza cooked slowly at first so we went back to the fire for about 20 minutes, then pizzas cooked in about 3 minutes apiece). You can see that we swept out much of the embers but also moved some to the sides in the last image.

We anticipate the oven to maintain functionality for anywhere from 3-6 years, perhaps longer with care. We plan on taking the lessons from this oven to build Mark 2, which will be dug into the earth for more stability.


mud  , brikes , strwa and the concrete used in this oven costs no more that 40 USD for each one

Your WWR-Help Team 🙂



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The Gaza Siege

Imagine living with another 2 million people in one of the most densely populated places on earth.

Imagine being unable to leave for any reason. Not for a medical emergency. Not for a funeral. Not to pursue your education. Nothing.

Imagine restrictions on imports and exports being so strict that everyone is living in or near complete poverty and there are no painkillers for you to buy.

Imagine hearing the continuous humming of drones as they patrol your sky.

Imagine repeatedly being on the receiving end of an indiscriminate military onslaught with nowhere to turn.


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