IHH takes relief to Syrians at ground zero
Teams from IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation have taken relief to civilians at ground zero in Aleppo where war continues violently.
Middle East, Syria, Turkey 05.03.2013

 Sending aid teams to many parts of Syria where big massacres take place, IHH has carried out relief efforts at ground zero in Aleppo.

IHH aid teams have taken food to civilians at ground zero in Aleppo.

IHH extended a helping hand to oppressed people of Aleppo were bombardments continue, there are many sharp shooters and almost no house was left which was not bombed.

Sharp shooters generally target women and children in the region.

IHH teams delivered food packages which included rice, cooking oil, pasta and lentil to the Syrians. The aid items in the packages are sufficient for one month’s use of a family.

Six million people in Aleppo which is bombarded from air and land are in urgent need of basic items, primarily food, to be able to survive.

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