Allah protects from hellfire the Muslim who defends his fellow Muslim. [Tabarani]
Our Palestinian brothers and sisters are once again facing a dangerous escalation in violence! This ongoing crisis in Palestine is claiming lives every day. Our Palestinian brothers and sisters suffer hostility, discrimination and violence - and casualty numbers mount by the day.
The latest conflict centred on their right to Ramadan prayer, when Israeli forces stormed the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem overnight, beating and arresting Palestinian worshippers within, leaving at least twelve people injured. Worshippers were roughly ejected from the Mosque compound, before Israelis were allowed to replace them in the Mosque, under police protection.
At least 400 Palestinians were arrested and remain in Israeli custody, while Palestinian witnesses talk of stun grenades, tear gas, and excessive police force.
Islam teaches that all believers are as one, and the pain of such an attack is felt by all of us.
80% of the Palestinian population are dependent on charity. Obtaining food, water, and medical aid is particularly hard for them - facing persecution and personal danger every day.
As we pray for our Palestinian brothers and sisters, donate to give them urgent aid now, and hope for peace and a better future.
To date, we have delivered two water desalination plants in Gaza, with each plant producing up to 40,000 litres of fresh water daily for almost a quarter of a million impoverished people, who previously had to travel miles to collect safe water.
No one should have to live without access to clean water.
1.3 million people on the Gaza Strip are food insecure, struggling and scraping for every single meal.
We work hard to alleviate some of that pressure and fight malnutrition; in the last six years, we have provided 23,750 Palestinians with vital food aid, and given 5,000 people fresh, hearty bread.
Since the 2014 conflict began in Gaza, SKT Welfare volunteers have also hand-delivered thousands of parcels in the Palestinian town of Khuza’a. Khuza’a, which has a population of 10,000 people, was hit hard by the conflict, and we are committed to providing the community with long-lasting support.
Donate to Gaza and make sure they receive the food they need to survive.
Our 100% donation policy means that every penny you donate is used in the delivery of humanitarian projects and directly related costs. Indirect and administrative costs are covered by either direct donations themselves or by using Gift Aid.
Our 100% Donation Policy means that every penny you donate is used in the delivery of humanitarian projects and directly related costs. Indirect and administrative costs are covered by either direct donations themselves or by using Gift Aid.