Palestinian Crisis Appeal

If there is one conflict on earth everyone knows is the conflict between Palestine and Israel. Over the year this conflict has caused wars and the deaths of tens of thousands of people. Every time there is an increase in tensions between Palestine and Israel, it’s Palestinians who end up picking up the damage and their situation becomes worse than what it was before.

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Life of an Ordinary Palestinian

Each day, Palestinians are living with the fear of death and the humiliation of strip searches at the hands of Israeli forces. There are thousands of orphans and widows across Palestine. Over 1.8 million people are trapped inside Gaza. Business opportunities are scarce due to Israel’s stronghold in the area. Most of the Palestinian trade is dependent on tourists from other countries.

How can you help people in Palestine?

Islamic Welfare Trust has been helping people of Palestine since 2010. We’ve helped Palestinians with free medical care, food, and water. The situation in Palestine is deteriorating with each passing year, Islamic Welfare Trust needs your continued support to provide urgent relief when needed.

  • Sponsor a Food Pack in Palestine for £50
  • Sponsor an Orphan and Widow for £100

Situation in Gaza

There are almost 2 million people living in confined space of 360-square-kilometer strip of land. The high population density, the economic blockade (which restricts the movement of people and goods into and out of the territory), high levels of poverty and insufficient services make it exceptionally difficult for people to earn a living or access quality healthcare, water, and education.

Over 75% of the Gaza population is dependent on aid from the outside world. Lack of food, clean water, education, and health facilities have taken the area deeper into poverty. Gaza has the world’s highest unemployment rate at over 43%. Over 40% of its population live on £1.30 a day. 2 million people have no or very limited access to clean water and adequate sanitation. Over the years tens of thousands of houses and buildings have been damaged or completely destroyed. The list can go on and on. In short, Gaza is a desperate place to live and without support from the outside world, people will die of starvation and infectious diseases. Donate now to help people of Gaza.

How tough is it to survive in Palestine?

For people across the Palestinian Territories, life is incredibly challenging:

  • Over 2.2 million registered refugees live in Gaza and the West Bank (UNRWA, 2019)
  • Around half the population across the Palestinian Territories are in need of humanitarian aid (UNICEF, 2018)
  • Over 1 million people in Gaza are at risk of contracting water-borne diseases (WHO, 2018)
  • At 54%, Gaza has the highest unemployment rate in the world (World Bank, 2018)

These are incredibly tough conditions for anyone to survive. Imagine how hard it must be for families living in these conditions. All this can be changed but unfortunately, some hearts have no mercy inside them. Let us all pray that Allah make matters easy for Palestinians and make this world a safer place for Muslims no matter where they are from. We ask Allah to bring peace and prosperity to Muslim lands especially the holy land of Bait al-Maqdas.