LEBANON IS HURTING

THE EXPLOSION

At least 135 people were killed and 5,000 wounded in a massive explosion that shook Beirut on Tuesday, state-run media reported, citing the Red Cross.
 

Hundreds have been reported missing, raising fears that the death toll will rise, Lebanon's Health minister said Wednesday.
 

It's still unclear what exactly caused the explosion. Lebanon's prime minister said an investigation would focus on an estimated 2,750 metric tons of the explosive ammonium nitrate stored at a warehouse. (Source: CNN​)

Firefighters douse a blaze burning in th

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Delivering trustworthy, efficient, impactful and sustainable humanitarian programmes., the MAA's mission is to:
 

  • Respond to global emergencies in an efficient manner.

  • Break the cycles of endemic poverty through undertaking smart ethical sustainable solutions that matters.

  • Restore dignity to the lives of those who have lost everything by promoting the protection of Human Rights.

  • Bring humanity closer for global peace and harmony, demonstrating the true Australian Islamic identity.

  • Bring sustainability to both the beneficiaries and MAA



The images below were captured during my recent holidays to Lebanon. To assist, I am offering both digital and print options, with ALL PROCEEDS GOING DIRECTLY TO MAA

In addition to this, I will personally donate the following amounts over and above your contributions:

  • $0.50 cents for every Digital Download sold

  • $1.00 for every Photo Print sold

Every purchase made will help the people of Lebanon who have been severely impacted by this horrible incident. 

 

Spread the word and hopefully together, we can make a difference to those that really need it right now.

Firefighters douse a blaze burning in the rubble caused by a massive explosion in Beirut. Source: ABACA

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