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Palestine Emergency

The brutal attacks on Gaza have killed over 30,000 people and injured over 68,000. More than 1.8 million residents of Gaza have been forced to flee their homes with nowhere to run that is safe.

The continued escalation in relentless violence is horrifying to witness. The death toll is rising every day. Together, we can save lives in Palestine.

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The attacks in the Gaza Strip have included ground raids and airstrikes, in addition to the bombing of civilian areas. It has resulted in around 20,000 deaths and injured more than 45,000. Over 1.8 million residents of Gaza have been forced to flee their homes. This is a worrying escalation in violence, which will only result in greater loss of lives and destruction of livelihood.

The World’s Largest Open-Air Prison

Many Palestinians and humanitarian organisations continue to describe Gaza as the world’s largest open-air prison, a rigidly controlled strip of land with little opportunity for movement, escape or growth.

 One-third of Palestinians live below the poverty line, and after 16 years of blockades and violence, the two million residents of Gaza have been plunged into abject poverty. 80% of the population relies on aid for their survival, with food, medication, water, and electricity supplies at an all-time low. In these desperate circumstances, donate generously to help the distressed people of Gaza.

£60

Could feed a family for a month

£100

Rescue an orphan and widow family.

£150

Could provide 15,000 loaves of bread.

£210

Could provide 6 months care & protection for a war affected child in Gaza

£500

Truck of life, providing 1,000 meals

£1,000

Provides a truck of medicine.

£5,000

Provides a share of an ambulance.

We are on the Ground in Palestine

As the crisis in Gaza continues, we are on the ground, ensuring as much emergency aid can get to civilians as possible. Despite constant bombardment, Muslim Aid has been providing food, water, and medicine to those suffering in Gaza. Read More.

 Muslim Aid has been helping to serve the most vulnerable for years. We have supported Palestine with vital and lifesaving emergency aid, provided access to healthcare, offered livelihood opportunities, and built sustainable projects like the Gaza water desalination units. Our Palestine appeal continues to be a lifeline for the huge number of vulnerable people.

 Muslim Aid has also responded to the attacks on Masjid Al Aqsa by providing funds to restore and repair damage caused to the sanctuary, distributing Zakat to those eligible and supporting educational and recreational activities within the complex.

 In this catastrophic situation where injuries and disease are on the rise, providing medical aid to Palestine is crucial to helping local people. Give your Zakat to Palestine and help Muslim Aid deliver essential humanitarian aid to Gaza during these pressing times.

Help us Continue to Serve Palestine

Muslim Aid is working in Gaza, providing relief to desperate residents. Our relief efforts range from supporting hospitals to access medical supplies and equipment to providing urgent food and water to families and individuals. Your donations to Muslim Aid can make a huge difference. Donate generously and help save lives. The Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said:

 “Whoever relieves a Muslim of distress, Allah will relieve him of distress on the Day of Resurrection.” [Bukhari 2442 and Muslim 2580]

Funds raised from this emergency will go towards the global emergency appeal, supporting this emergency as well as many others across the globe.

We are a faith-based British international charity that provides help to people who are victims of natural disasters or conflict or suffering from poverty, hunger, disease, homelessness, injustice, deprivation or lack of skills and economic opportunities.

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