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Overnight, simmering tensions in the Middle East seem to escalate into an unprecedented escalation, raising fears that the situation could worsen in the coming hours and days.

Palestine-Freedom strongly condemns any violence and calls on all parties to show restraint to avoid civilian casualties. We are closely monitoring the situation and our teams and local partners remain on standby to provide humanitarian aid.

We have been providing humanitarian aid in the Occupied Palestinian Territory since 1997, serving as a lifeline for communities dealing with the devastating effects of occupation, blockade and recurring conflict.

As Palestinian families face renewed suffering in Gaza, we ask you to help us provide the necessary humanitarian aid.

With your support, Palestinian freedom will remain a lifeline for Palestinian families.

Donate now & help us save lives in Palestine

Latest news from Palestine

  • The number of victims caused by the latest escalation in Gaza stands at 2,329 Palestinians and over 9,700 injured and this number is expected to increase as the airstrikes have affected residential areas. The deaths of 1,300 Israelis and the wounding of 3,400 were also reported.
  • The number of injured people exceeds the clinical capacities of hospitals, even after they were expanded and the injured were placed in corridors.
  • Since 2pm on 11 October, Gaza has been subjected to a complete electricity blackout, which has brought essential health, water and sanitation services to the brink of collapse and exacerbated food insecurity.
  • Most people do not have access to clean drinking water after the supply through the water network and the operation of water desalination/purification plants was interrupted. As a last resort, people consume brackish water from agricultural wells, raising serious concerns about the spread of waterborne diseases.
  • According to the Gaza Ministry of Public Works and Housing, at least 752 residential and non-residential buildings have been destroyed, and a total of 4,626 housing units have been totally demolished or severely damaged and rendered uninhabitable; another 32,000 housing units suffered moderate damage.
  • Currently, the precise extent of internally displaced people in the Gaza Strip is not known. As of 11 pm on 12 October, the total number of internally displaced persons had reached 423,378, of which UNRWA was hosting approximately 64 percent in 102 designated emergency shelter facilities. This includes: 33,054 internally displaced people who took refuge in 36 Palestinian Authority public schools. In addition to 153,000 internally displaced people, whose homes have been destroyed or damaged, or who have left their homes out of fear, they are staying with relatives and neighbors, as well as in public facilities.
  • According to the Gaza Ministry of Public Works, 1,324 residential and non-residential buildings were destroyed, for a total of 5,540 housing units. Another 3,743 housing units were damaged beyond repair and rendered uninhabitable.

The Palestinian-freedom response to Gaza

Palestine-freedom has a team in Gaza and is responding to the emergency. We have distributed the first essential medical supplies to health facilities and food parcels to affected families.

In the last few days the following distributions have been made:

  • 14,000 essential medical supplies delivered to health facilities in Gaza
  • 100 food parcels distributed to vulnerable families affected by the tragedy
  • 1.67 million itemsof essential medical supplies delivered to healthcare facilities
  • another 100 food parcels were distributed in the central area of ​​Gaza
  • another 10,000 essentialmedicines were delivered to health facilities
  • another 100 food parcels distributed in the central area of ​​Gaza
  • 200 food vouchers distributed in Khan Younis

Please understand that due to the sensitive nature of our response efforts, capturing and sharing media content is challenging. We will continue to share photos and videos as they become available, respecting the privacy of those affected. Our priority remains supporting the local community and respecting their grieving process. We thank you for your understanding and support.

Palestine-freedom has been operating in Palestine since 1997 and your donations for Palestine can help provide humanitarian and development assistance.

The situation in Palestine is unbearable for many. Gaza has been described as an “open-air prison”. Conditions in Gaza were dire even before the recent escalation of the conflict, with occupation, blockade and recurring conflicts causing deep poverty and suffering.

La Striscia di Gaza è uno dei luoghi più densamente popolati della terra. Ha una popolazione di circa 2.1 milioni di persone e dal 2007 è sotto un blocco terrestre, marittimo e aereo imposto da Israele. Le continue carenze di energia hanno un impatto su servizi essenziali come la salute, l’acqua e i servizi igienico-sanitari, lasciando le persone disperate.

The Gaza Strip is one of the most densely populated places on earth. It has a population of around 2.1 million people and has been under a land, sea and air blockade imposed by Israel since 2007. Ongoing energy shortages impact essential services such as health, water and sanitation, leaving people desperate.

Years of conflict mean

  • 80% of the population depends on humanitarian assistance to survive
  • 95% of the population does not have access to clean water
  • 50% of the population of Gaza does not have enough food
  • 60% of children are anemic and many children suffer from stunted growth due to malnutrition
80% of Gaza’s population depends on humanitarian aid
Nearly half of Gaza’s population does not have enough food

Why donate to the Palestine emergency through Palestine-freedom?

Palestine-freedom began working in the Occupied Palestinian Territories in 1997, providing emergency aid and nutritional, educational and psychosocial support to families in the region.

Our teams also provide emergency medical assistance, bedding, food vouchers and other essential aid to displaced families and those most in need.

Palestine-freedom calls for international aid to support the reconstruction of damaged infrastructure, strengthen health and electricity networks and provide psychosocial support.

Palestine-Freedom strongly condemns any violence against civilians. All Palestinians and Israelis, regardless of religion or ethnicity, have the right to live in conditions of safety and dignity and to have their fundamental human rights respected. We call for an immediate end to the escalation of violence as any further escalation will inevitably increase civilian casualties.

How your donations are making a difference to the Palestinian people

Palestine-freedom began working in the Occupied Palestinian Territories in 1997. Since then we have:

  • Supported approximately six million people
  • Implemented projects worth almost 110 million euros
  • Repaired and restored over 1,500 homes in Gaza
  • Provided drinking water to over 1 million people in schools and healthcare facilities
  • Supported over 300,000 children and over 15,000 orphans
  • Delivered Ramadan and Qurbani food to approximately 200,000 people on an annual basis
  • Helped over 2,000 families earn a reliable living

Your generous donations can have a life-saving impact: help Palestine and donate now.

The youth of Palestine need your help

The blockade has isolated Gaza from the rest of the world, crippling the economy and trapping residents, including a generation of young people who have no hope for the future.

Fear and lack of hope for the future have become the norm among young people in Gaza. We call on all actors to ensure that the protection of Palestinian youth is considered a primary issue, that protection principles derived from international humanitarian law are affirmed.

We call on all actors to ensure the safety of young people crossing borders to access livelihoods.

How can you help Palestine?

A third of people in Palestine live below the poverty line. Thousands of families are struggling with financial hardship. Your donations can support Palestine with the help it needs. Allah (SWT) says in the Holy Quran:

“Not even a leaf falls without His knowledge” – Al An’am, 6:59

With your support Palestine-freedom can help provide vital support to help rebuild Palestine in the areas most affected by conflict.

Help us repair their broken lives and rebuild Gaza. Will you help them?