Siege and life campaign

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he Palestinian people still suffer from the consequences of the Israeli occupation, especially the residents of the Gaza Strip, who are still living under a suffocating siege and a complete closure for more than 12 years, imposed on them by this occupation, which led to the paralysis of all aspects of life and the increase in poverty and unemployment rates. The matter was made worse due to the outbreak of Corona in the Gaza Strip and its continuation until now, as many families lost their source of income and became suffering from poverty and hunger, and unemployment rates increased to nearly 65% and poverty rates 70%.

At this time, we find a patient dying without medicine, a child starving without food, and a family that does not have a home to live in, and these families, these children and patients need our support and reach out to them to give them a measure of happiness and hope to overcome this difficult stage and allow them to live like the rest of the happy families in the world.

The project targets poor families and families with patients who are in dire need of emergency assistance at this stage.

The general objective of the campaign is to provide urgent relief assistance to the most needy poor families in the Gaza Strip and to provide part of the basic needs "vegetable baskets - food parcels - medicines and treatments - children's clothes – meals).

Why did we launch the Siege and Life campaign?

1- The suffering of the residents of the Gaza Strip increased due to the continuation of the blockade and the outbreak of the Corona epidemic, as the results of this blockade became apparent to everyone, affecting all walks of life.

2- The urgent need for people, the lack of resources, and the inability of many families to meet their basic needs and human rights (food - medicine – housing).

3- Trying to integrate poor families into society, alleviate their suffering, and give them a measure of happiness so that they can lead a decent human life.

Together with you, we can assume our responsibilities in this difficult humanitarian situation.

We invite you to donate and contribute to meeting the most urgent needs in the Gaza Strip, and we look forward to your contribution.

We appreciate your support.

Let's all start with our loving energy to support them and hope everyone helps, donate or share the campaign across your pages.

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  • fadeela associatin
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Mar 27

Siege and life campaign

Update posted by fadeela associatin at 10:25 am

The Palestinian people still suffer from the consequences of the Israeli occupation, especially the residents of the Gaza Strip, who are still living under a suffocating siege and a complete closure for more than 12 years, imposed on them by this occupation, which led to the paralysis of all aspects. . . . .

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