How to find out the truth about the Gaza war

Gaza, the besieged Palestinian enclave, is home to millions of Palestinians who are in need of humanitarian assistance.

Here are some tips to help you determine if your local aid organization is helping the Palestinians.

1.

Don’t go to the local charity shop.

Donors usually know the local aid workers who work in Gaza, but some NGOs are still underfunded.

There are a number of charities that offer humanitarian aid.

Here’s how to find them.

The World Food Program: Gaza Relief and Development Fund (GRID) is a charity that offers financial assistance to the people of Gaza and other parts of the Gaza Strip.

GRID has offices in both Gaza and Israel.

The Gaza Relief Ministry, which is also run by GRID, also runs a number other humanitarian programs, including education and healthcare.

The Ministry has launched a campaign called “Gaza: The Journey” in an effort to provide information about the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza-Israel border area.

2.

Get a referral from a Palestinian source.

If you are in a safe place, such as a shelter, then you can call a local NGO or contact the International Committee of the Red Cross.

The ICRC has been helping Gaza Palestinians for years, and they have the ability to send volunteers to the area, although it’s not an official ICRC mission.

3.

Get information about Gaza from a non-governmental organization.

Non-governmental organizations are not as well-known as international organizations, and many of them are not recognized by the UN.

You can get information about Hamas and the Islamic Jihad on the web.

You might also get information from the Palestinian Red Crescent.

4.

Get the latest information about how to get supplies to the Palestinians by visiting the Gaza Relief website.

The Palestinian Red Cross is responsible for distributing humanitarian aid in Gaza.

The main Gaza-based relief organizations provide aid, food and medical care.

However, the Red Crescent is also available to provide other services.

The Red Crescent also has a website that provides daily updates about the situation in Gaza and the surrounding areas.

5.

Get in touch with the local Hamas government.

If the situation is dire, you can contact the Hamas government in Gaza through the government’s official social media accounts.

You will receive updates about Hamas from the Hamas Youth Department.

6.

Visit the RedCross website and check out their current information.

There is no information available for Gaza’s Gaza-related problems, but they do have a Twitter feed and Facebook page.

7.

Get updates on how the aid is being distributed.

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) is responsible in Gaza for distributing aid to the residents of Gaza.

UNRWA is also the agency that is responsible, among other things, for providing food, water, hygiene products and other supplies to Gaza.

If your organization is not receiving a significant amount of humanitarian aid, you may want to reach out to your local relief agency or the U.N. Relief and Work Agency for Palestinian Refugees in Israel.

8.

Go to a local aid worker.

You may not be able to contact the local worker directly, but you can try to talk to them on the phone.

There may be people who can help you with basic needs.

9.

Get some help from an organization that is not involved in the conflict in Gaza (e.g., the Red Fund, the Palestine Emergency Relief Fund, or the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

The United States and Israel are partners in the UNR WA, but other partners may be involved in Gaza as well.

10.

Get more information about international humanitarian law.

If there is an international conflict that affects your country, you will have to abide by international humanitarian rules, including those governing humanitarian aid that you are receiving.

Learn more about international law.