Help Syrian earthquake victims that other agencies neglect

Dear Friends,

In the first 12 hours after the earthquake, one organization raised more than $300,000 for the population living under the control of al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations in occupied Syria. That organization is the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS), and it raised the donations by omitting to mention that it has no intention of offering humanitarian aid to the Syrian victims in Aleppo, the largest city in Syria, nor in Hama or Latakia, two other cities in the earthquake zone.

SAMS humanitarian aid services in Syria are limited to the zones controlled by the terrorist groups, mainly the small province of Idlib. Yes, the wives and children of terrorists deserve humanitarian aid in times of disaster, like everyone else. But who is taking care of all the other Syrians who are on the streets at night in the winter rain and snow?

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Fortunately, there are Syrian charities like the Syrian Red Crescent Society (SRCS). But if you live in the US, UK or other western countries, you are not allowed to send your donations there because of the international sanctions against Syria.

How can you and SSM help Syrians?

SSM is a US-based international charity that is providing humanitarian aid to Syria. We cooperate with the government of Syria while following the sanctions regulations on the distribution of humanitarian aid, which is permitted by the sanctions.

Our humanitarian aid will continue to provide health care, shelter, and economic support to Syrian communities in need, with current emphasis on the Syrian earthquake victims.

As the first active U.S. charity to be invited to register in Syria, we will be able to provide exponentially more support to Syrians suffering from a deficiency of their basic needs due to continued U.S. sanctions on the country.

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All donations are U.S. tax exempt.

PLEASE HELP. Go to to see what we have accomplished, and then go to our donation page to help us make a bigger difference and to show Syrians that we care.

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