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. “ 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.


Michael Farah – Promotion & Live Speaker

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Michael Farah

My father was Palestinian, I was born in exile London.  Due to the Nackba of 1948, my family are spread throughout the world.  I never got to meet many of them.  I grew up with a strong sense of political awareness and social justice.

I have taken part in many campaigns including CND, the anti apartheid movement, anti poll tax campaign and various environmental issues.

In my professional life, I have taught special needs students, organic horticulture and later went back to college to study nature conservation.  As a result I worked for the Isle of Wight Council managing a Country Park as a Countryside Ranger involving environmental  interpretation and practical nature conservation.

I have long been passionate for a free Palestine, and recognize that our sacred right of return is legal under international law and is key to global peace.  I have no doubt that the outcome of the Palestinian cause will determine the future and quality of life for all humanity.

I am proud to be working as the spokesperson for the charity WWR help Gaza .  In  particular, as unlike many charities, all who work do so without taking any a wage.  This is the essence of real charity and ensures that no deductions are taken from any donation which means 100% reaches those most in need.  God knows Gaza has suffered 3 genocides and over 11 years of a brutal illegal siege and is now facing the abyss….  Your help and donation is needed now more than ever!


Claudio Marty – Marketing Manager

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Claudio Marty, from the USA, had his first business in his teens.  He began his career with his own construction business.  He eventually branched into the telecommunications arena, where he had built a record breaking sales organization, and also became one of the company’s top trainers, training thousands in the sales force.  Claudio also left a trail of successes working with other sales companies.  Later on, he delved into online marketing and sales, and has helped many Internet businesses succeed.

A family member died in one of the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center during the 9-11 attack, and Claudio became an activist soon afterward.  At first as a political activist for 10 years, then as a 9/11 Truth activist for the families who were victims of the 9/11 attack that are demanding a re-investigation.

Claudio is the founder of the worldwide grassroots campaign, I Am The Face of Truth – – which launched in December, 2013.   Thousands of activists from all over the world have joined the 9/11 awareness campaign, and the campaign has been endorsed by major advocates like Richard Gage of, the founders of as well as other notable major advocates.

Claudio and the team at I Am The Face of Truth have also been spreading the word about the Palestinian plight, and they are completely determined to help expose and end the tyranny against the Palestinian people.

Claudio has recently joined the team here at WWR-Help e.V. to assist with the funding effort underway, which seeks to help Palestinians who are lacking the basic necessities of life because of their current oppression.


Ramadan 2017 in Jabalia Gazastrip

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Ramadan 2017 in Jabalia Gazastrip

Gaza Our love Our Soul
this is work for Gaza All Our Love For Gaza
Gaza Our Soul Really and truly
Our work is there in Gaza to Save the poor
Till Our life for help the poor there in Gaza
Our personal belief and Our happiness to see that everyone in Gaza live like the Rest of humanity in a world without war and suffering.
Gaza We love you
You are Our soul We pray to Allah for protect you
My team and I We are doing our best to alleviate suffering of Gaza
For love
For Humanity
For you Gaza I am here
Janine Abuayyash

Many many deeply thanks to Our Hamani and Our Team in Gaza Islamic Society Jabalia
Tahany and Ahmed 🙂

WWR-Help e.V.
IBAN: DE69 4306 0967 4087 5303 00
Usage: WWR-Help Team


Mike Farah – Listen to me, we giving Hope

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Our Second Part Ramadan

❤️ #Palestine ❤️

SOS „Jabalia“ Gaza, please donate give Paypal wwr-help GAZA.

or gofund me Ramadan 2017 GazaStrip“


We wait every day of every Cent.
Please help us and don’t hesitate to contact us
One of our Account is here:


or you can also #Donate by:

WWR-Help e.V.
IBAN: DE694306 0967 4087 5303 00
Usage: WWR-Help Team



Our new website is online

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We are online

Now after a long hard preliminary work,

new server programming,
new website creation,

it is limited so far.

Our new website is online.

We hope that we can show our projects with it to you more clear.
We have taken to ourselves big trouble.

We wish you a lot of fun with our new website.


Janine Abuayyash

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Janine Abuayyash
Janine Abuayyash is from Grimlinghausen in Germany. She worked 16 years as dentaltechnical, changed to a Lawyer Company Herbert Smith Freehills for 2 years and went back to work again as a dentaltechnical by a dentist.
Gaza is a tiny patch of land, just 360 square meters (smaller than Bremen)
with about 1.7 million inhabitants.  Shaken by several violent wars with Israel in the recent past – the last was just nearly one and a half years ago – which has claimed over 2,000 lives, the vast majority of whom are innocent civilians.  Over 500 children killed, and thousands more have been wounded.

Relatives, friends, neighbors, and their homes along with all their belongings have been destroyed because of the Israeli bombings. 

Almost 7,000 buildings were completely destroyed and another ten thousand considerably damaged.
The much promised billions of international aid up to now, the suffering population has scarcely reached aid for reconstruction.
Rents and prices for
The livelihood rose to an immeasurable rate, unemployment and homelessness are widespread – lacking
everywhere. Relief goods from abroad reach the people of Gaza almost as well.
Not due to the almost complete closure of the borders of the country by the neighbors of Israel and
Janine Abuayyash (38, Neuss,) learned about the Palestinian plight during and shortly after
the last war in 2014 through personal contacts, whose please for help on the Internet about the terrible status there.
Janine A., founder and chairman of WWR-Help e.V .:
„I was deeply shocked at the reports, pictures, videos of mine
internet friends from Gaza.“

Shaken by the suffering of the people and especially
of the children there. I thought there must be a possibility.
People there and elsewhere faster, more direct and more consistent help.
As the -often empty – billions of dollar bill international
promises, which, if anything at all, but very rarely
sporadically arrive at the people they REALLY need …

Janine still spontaneously launched an initiative in August 2014 that was to try to get the
suffering people in Gaza from here from Germany. With 6 others
she founded the non-profit organization WWR-Help e.V.
to help people in war and crisis areas and to help them
DIRECTLY with donations.

Janine and the members and supporters
(Different ethnic and religious affiliation) of the association
gathered material and money donations, the distressed ones, in various campaigns
People in crises.

Janine Abuayyash: „We have made plans, unlike in other relief organizations that are used by us
collected 100% money tfrom the selected beneficiaries go in the affected regions, here
Especially in GAZA. The entire administrative work of the association shall be carried out exclusively from the
Contributions and other donations from the members and sponsors, donated funds for the
Needy aren´t used for this! “

Meanwhile, good personal contacts have been established with families in Gaza, the incoming
money donations in neighborly co-operation into various privately initiated aid and development projects,
which distribute money fairly among needy. Partially, the money is used for reconstruction, but also is destitute
Families are supported with grants for food, rents, medical care, dress.

Many children were able to used by the funds with learning materials such as school books, writing materials,
Notebooks, books, etc., so that they can continue to participate in the classroom. Also
was given to a few poor families, the children to the sugar festival (a high Islamic festival,
here almost comparable with our Christmas or Easter festival, small gifts and sweets
as well.