Lawmakers Urge Trump on Idlib

Lawmakers Urge Trump on Idlib As a continuation of effort to keep our constituents informed about the worsening situation in Idlib, the last non-regime held territory in Syria, the Syrian American Council reports D.C. legislators are eager to take action. Members of Congress are being requested to sign onto a draft letter from House Syria Caucus co-chairs Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-Pa.) and Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) to President Trump urging that the U.S. work to address the growing escalation of violence in Idlib. Social media posts on Idlib were forthcoming from Kinzinger, along with tweets from Rep. Vincente Gonzalez (D-Texas), Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ), and Rep. French Hill (R-Ark.). A join

Humanitarian Relief | 537 Families Served in Northwest Syria

In April 2019, an MFA container of humanitarian relief was distributed to 5 internally displaced persons (IDP) camps in northwest Syria, serving 537 families with emergency supplies— including mujadara meals, basic hygiene supplies, and water purification kits. In northwest Syria, there are some 2.7 million people in need. This includes an estimated 1.8 million internally displaced persons (IDP), many of whom have been displaced multiple times. Qartaba camp is one such IDP camp. It is located near the village of Bartabo in northwestern Aleppo. The camp is home to some 400 displaced people that lack access to basic goods and services. MFA's humanitarian aid distribution, in partnership with G

Call To Action: Urge Congress to Pass Joint Resolution Supporting Israel’s Humanitarian Aid Efforts

Recently, as part of a bi-partisan effort, Senators James Lankford (R. OK.) and Senator Bob Casey (D. PA.) introduced resolutions S. Res. 153 on the Senate side, and Representatives Brian Mast (R.FL.) and Brad Sherman (D.CA.) introduced H.Res.310 in the House, reaffirming the unique collaboration among United States nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), Syrian NGOs and the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) to deliver humanitarian assistance to Syrians. This pays tribute to the groundbreaking work of the Multifaith Alliance for Syrian Refugees. As is noted in the Resolution, the Syrian war has continued for eight years during which time, 14 million Syrians have fled, and 6.5 million people have be

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