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China sniffs opportunity in war torn Syria.

Six months renewal of humanitarian access through Bab al-Hawa gate good news. Bad news: the continuing brinkmanship of using desperate Syrian refugees as political pawns annually or semi-annually with Security Council votes.

Senator Coons introduced vital No Ban Act today to end religious discrimination as means of thwarting refugees US entry.

Happy Eid al-Fitir! We are proud to announce that in addition to ongoing deliveries of humanitarian aid to Syria, now totaling $170 Million, we have delivered 1,000 meals a day during Ramadan. As of today, 28,000 Iftar meals will have been distributed to families in North Syria.

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2021 Purpose Prize Winners - Georgette Bennett

“The impact of this work has been profound and life-transforming. I’ve seen Syrians and Israelis rise above politics, suspicion, and hatred to work together, laugh together, and encounter each other as human beings rather than stereotypes.”
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Women's health in Syria: An American imperative

Since the beginning of the Syrian civil war, hospitals and health-care workers have been actively targeted as a means of breaking the will of the opposition. The perpetration of crimes of war on innocent civilians in Syria is anything but news.
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Israeli Aid Gives an Unexpected ‘Glimmer of Hope’ for Syrians

According to the Multifaith Alliance for Syrian Refugees, a New York-based network of organizations involved in the aid effort, Israel has also become an efficient, if unlikely, staging area for Syrian aid groups operating abroad that, facilitated by the Israeli military, are now shipping goods into Syria through Israeli ports.
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