Palestine crisis continues

A mother and baby in a hospital in Gaza

In this blessed month, Palestine is once again facing a dangerous escalation in violence, with over 150 recently injured whilst in prayer at the holy site of Masjid Al Aqsa. Human Appeal is on the ground right now continuing with our emergency programmes which aim to provide food, life-saving medical aid and clean water. Palestine needs your mercy now.

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Palestine crisis continues

Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: "The likeness of the believers in regard to mutual love, mercy, and kindness is that of a body. When any part aches, the whole body aches." (Bukhari)

€120 - Provide emergency food and medical aid to vulnerable people in Palestine.

€250 – Provide a vulnerable Palestinian in Gaza with surgery for a critical health condition.

€250 – Help us to repair a damaged home in Gaza.

€45 – Provide emergency medicines and healthcare at medical centres and hospitals in Gaza.

In this blessed month, Palestine is once again facing a dangerous escalation in violence, with over 150 recently injured whilst in prayer at the holy site of Masjid Al Aqsa. Last year we saw the escalation starting from Al Aqsa and West Bank towards Gaza. These families already endured 15 days of violent attacks last Ramadan and almost one year on sadly they once again remain unsafe in their own country, with conflict continuing to put their lives in danger. Human Appeal are on the ground right now continuing with our emergency programmes which aim to provide food, life-saving medical aid and clean water. You have the opportunity to act as a lifeline for Palestinians who have endured for so long, and are still suffering, unable to seek peace in this beloved month.

Last Ramadan, Palestinians in Gaza faced terrifying nighttime bombings that killed 278 people and injured over 9,000.

Over 77,000 people had to flee their homes and around 30 clinics and hospitals were damaged, and Gaza’s only COVID-19 test centre was destroyed.

But almost a year on, Palestine is still in a state of emergency, with conflict continuing to disrupt their lives. The water networks still need repairing, thousands have had their homes and livelihoods destroyed, and medical centres and hospitals are struggling to cope.

You have the opportunity to act as a lifeline for Palestinians who have endured for so long and are still suffering unable to seek peace in this beloved month.

Give mercy now and help save lives.

Charity brings protection

Charity brings mercy upon those who receive as well as those who give. Be a mercy to a Palestinian family struggling to afford food, and reap the blessings of Ramadan.

It’s an incredible blessing to be able to give, no matter how little, as charity offers blessings and protection in this life and the hereafter, and transforms the lives of people facing hardship around the world.

“Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity.” (Al-Tirmidhi)

Our work this Ramadan

80% of people in Gaza are dependent on aid, trapped by the siege in a cycle of poverty, unemployment, and hunger.

But with your help in this month of mercy, we want to provide:

  • food and medical supplies to those affected by the conflict in Palestine
  • weekly fresh food deliveries to help families to eat nutritiously iftars
  • hot meals in Gaza
  • surgery for 400 patients who need operations
  • solar panels across five schools, helping them to stay open during power cuts
  • olive trees to struggling farmers
  • repairing damaged homes

All of our Ramadan projects are Zakat-applicable, and you can calculate what you owe with our easy-to-use Zakat calculator.

Why give through Human Appeal?

We’ve been changing lives in Palestine for 30 years. Our recent work includes disinfecting the entire water network of Gaza, building a desalination plant for 15,000 people at Al Aqsa University, and helping to fight the critical medical crisis by providing tens of thousands of medical supplies. Last year, we helped 2,047,971 people in Palestine through food security, medical, water and sanitation projects.

Spread mercy this Ramadan, and reap the multiplied blessings of the holy month.

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Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: "The likeness of the believers in regard to mutual love, mercy, and kindness is that of a body. When any part aches, the whole body aches."

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Your mercy is needed now to support Palestinians in these dark times, helping to save lives.

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