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Syria | UMR provided emergency relief items for 50,000 Syrians in Western rural Aleppo

Across Syria, Internally Displaced Peoples (IDPs) are constantly migrating in the North of the country to find resources and some security. There is no water in most of these areas, since pipes have been targeted and mostly destroyed, and transportation is almost non-existent. United Muslim Relief in partnership with Human Appeal UK has launched a project that addresses issues of food insecurity, lack of access to hygiene and sanitation facilities, and shortage of medical services and continue the necessary services for the

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Ramadan Food Pack We believe that every human being deserves the right to a healthy meal for themselves and their family. UMR food packages help families up to 7 individuals get healthy and nutritional diet. Zakat Al-Maal Allah has made Zakat obligatory on us for exactly this purpose, and to purify our wealth. Take this great opportunity! There is no better time to give Zakat Al-Maal than the month of Ramadan Orphan

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United Muslim Relief and Human Appeal Announce Partnership

United Muslim Relief is excited to announce a new partnership with United Kingdom (UK) faith-based non-profit, Human Appeal.  This partnership will raise funds for life-saving projects that Human Appeal implements in the 25 countries it works in across the world. Human Appeal is renowned for being one of the leading humanitarian aid agencies working in Syria and Yemen. Human Appal regularly provides millions of Syrians with bread through their highly-regarded flour delivery project and operates a maternity and

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Syria | Millions of people are lacking the basic needs to survive

The crisis in Syria has taken another turn for the worse this past week, with a horrendous chemical weapons attack in the town of Khan Sheikhoun, leaving thousands of people in desperate need of assistance. Dozens of people, including children, died — some writhing, choking, gasping or foaming at the mouth — after breathing in poison that possibly contained a nerve agent or other banned chemicals, according to witnesses, doctors and rescue workers. They said the toxic substance spread after warplanes dropped bombs

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