Saudi’s Aid to Syrian Refugees is incomparable to what all Islamic & non-Islamic countries have done
[Detailed Research] By: Islam Mohamed El-Hoseiny (Abu Islam Al-Salafy Al-Misry).
I couldn’t stand all the hate and ignorance that has uprised lately against the country of Tawheed The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia May Allah preserve it from any harm and protect it from the enemies inside and out. Claiming that Saudi has not been of any help or aid to the Syrian Refugees ! So I decided to make an intensive detailed research in order to prove this lie otherwise and expose how the filthy media has not been showing the truth behind Saudi Aid for Syrian Refugees, and tended to hide it from the people either from ignorance or for fulfilling a nasty agenda, and the second seems more appropriate.
Saudi started the (57 Relief Program Project) in accordance with directives from the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz. The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria established 57 relief programs and projects for the displaced Syrian people in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey, as well as those displaced inside Syria, at a total cost of SR 428,860,814 ($114,362,884). The assistance was distributed through the campaign’s offices in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey, in coordination with the Saudi embassies in the three countries. The program term was between 2012 and July 2013. Below you can read the financial expenses and types of aid and projects that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia covered in full detail.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has also made numerous donations, aid, housings, living units, hospitals, schools, refugee camps etc throughout the years since 2012 until 2015, until this day. Below you can read what I was able to collect in detail, I tried to order them in accordance to date, somewhat as a timeline.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FOLLOWING AID IS ONLY A SUMMARY OF WHAT SAUDI HAS DONE FOR SYRIAN REFUGEES, THE FULL SUPPORT AND AID THAT SAUDI HAS DONE IS TWICE WHAT I AM SHOWING HERE, I TRIED TO KEEP MY RESEARCH SHORT IN ORDER FOR THE READER TO COMPREHEND AS MUCH AS HE CAN.
July 27, 2012
The Saudi National Campaign for the Support of Brothers in Syria concluded today, raising more than $66 million. Under the leadership of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, the five-day campaign encouraged Saudi citizens and residents to support the people of Syria as they face prolonged suffering at the hands of their own government.
King Abdullah donated more than $5 million to the fund while Crown Prince Salman, Deputy Premier and Minister of Defense gave more than $2.5 million. Large quantities of in-kind donations, including foodstuffs, medicines, medical appliances, clothes, tents, blankets and jewelry were also collected. The campaign will continue to accept cash donations through its account at the National Commercial Bank. In-kind donations will be accepted throughout the Kingdom until Monday, July 30.
“Saudi Arabia is committed to supporting the Syrian people in their time of need,” said Saudi Ambassador to the United States Adel A. Al-Jubeir.
In addition to humanitarian aid, Saudi Arabia continues to call for a transition of power in Syria of power, as well as the enforcement of U.N. sanctions against the Syrian regime. The Kingdom has asked for the issue of Syria to be forwarded to the U.N. Security Council under Chapter VII of the U.N. Charter and an end to the transfer of arms to the Syrian regime
August 2, 2012
The Minister of the Interior and General Supervisor of the Saudi National Campaign to Support Brothers in Syria, Prince Ahmed bin Abdulaziz, today ordered the first relief convoy of assistance to be delivered to displaced Syrians in Jordan. The convoy consisted of 43 truckloads carrying foodstuffs and in-kind items contributed by the people of Saudi Arabia.
On July 21, 2012, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz ordered the immediate establishment of the national campaign, giving Saudi citizens and residents a channel to offer their support to the Syrian people as they continue to suffer the cruelty of the Syrian regime. The campaign raised nearly $125 million for the people of Syria. In addition, large quantities of in-kind donations, including foodstuffs, medicines, medical appliances, clothes, tents and blankets have been collected.
December 4, 2012
The Jordanian Office of the Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria has distributed food to Syrian refugees in the areas of Ramtha, Sahab and Amman. In a press statement, the Director of the Campaign in Jordan, Saad Mahanna Al-Sweed, said that 670 Syrian refugee families benefited from the Campaign’s aid. Food baskets stocked with over sixteen varieties of basic food items, including sugar and rice, were handed out to those in need.
December 12, 2012
The Kingdom announced today that it has recognized the Syrian National Coalition as the legitimate representative of the Syrian people and that it plans to provide $100 million in assistance to help alleviate the humanitarian crisis. This came in a speech by Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal, who is leading a delegation to the 4th Ministerial Meeting of the Group of Friends of the Syrian People held in Marrakesh, Morocco.
December 13, 2012
[Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal headed the Saudi delegation to the 4th Ministerial Meeting for the Group of Friends of the Syrian People yesterday in Marrakesh, Morocco. Prince Saud announced the Kingdom’s recognition of the Syrian National Coalition as a legitimate representative of the Syrian people and pledged $100 million in assistance on behalf of the Saudi government to alleviate the suffering of the Syrian people.
In his speech, Prince Saudi said, “We hope that the formation of the coalition will enable the Syrian opposition to develop a comprehensive and clear perspective including the rights of all Syrian people in order to achieve the noble aspirations of the Syrian people in maintaining the unity of Syria’s territories, people, sovereignty and independence.”
Prince Saud highlighted the humanitarian situation in Syria as the main concern, in light of the increasing number of Syrian refugees, and announced the Kingdom’s donation of $100 million in assistance through the Syrian National Coalition.
January 3, 2013
The National Campaign in Support of the Brotherly People of Syria in Lebanon (NCSBPSL) today continued the distribution of food and blankets to displaced Syrians in the southern Lebanese city of Sidon. The director of the campaign’s office in Beirut, Walid Jalal, said that1,000 food rations and 4,000 blankets were distributed today to 1,000 families. Last month, the campaign initiated a campaign to distribute 100,000 blankets to Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
January 11, 2013
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz has issued directives to the Ministry of Finance to provide $10 million in urgent relief assistance for displaced Syrians in Jordan. The order came after the King was briefed on the refugees’ suffering amid harsh winter conditions in the region. The first batch of aid, consisting of sheets, blankets, mattresses and other supplies, was sent last night and is expected to arrive later today.
Meanwhile, Minister of Interior Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz, who is the Supervisor General of the Saudi National Campaign to Support Syrian Refugees, ordered the provision of supplies costing SR 24 million [$6.4 million] for Syrian refugees at the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. The aid will include 1,000 tents, 12,000 food baskets,7,000 heaters, and 100,000 blankets.
The Saudi National Campaign for the Relief of Syrian Refugees today received 9,000frozen carcasses of sacrificial meat, which will be distributed to Syrian refugees in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. The distribution, which will provide 3,000 carcasses to each country, will take place in coordination with the Saudi Project for the Utilization of Hajj Meat, which is being managed by the Islamic Development Bank Group.
Meanwhile, the Saudi National Campaign for the Relief of the Somali People has received10,000 frozen carcasses of sacrificial meat, which will be distributed to beneficiaries in Somalia.
January 24, 2013
Upon the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi National Campaign for the Support of the Brothers in Syria distributed assistance to Syrian refugees in the Arssal Region in northern Lebanon yesterday. In a statement, the Director of the Campaign’s Beirut Office, Waleed Al-Jalal, said that the aid included 6,800blankets.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Finance issued a statement reporting that the Campaign has delivered SR 37.49 million [$10 million] worth of relief supplies for Syrian refugees in the Al-Zaatari refugee camp in northern Jordan.
January 28, 2013
The International Islamic Relief Organization of Saudi Arabia (IIROSA), an affiliate of the Muslim World League, has distributed 2,000 food baskets and 8,400 blankets in Jordan over the past week. The assistance was provided to 30,000 Syrian and Palestinian refugees, as well as poor families in Jordan.
January 29, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria began the distribution today of 28 truckloads of emergency aid to Syrian refugees living in camps in Jordan, in cooperation with the Jordanian Charitable Society. The Campaign’s Director of Coordination and Follow-Up, Yousef Al-Rahmah, said that the assistance included 7,000heaters and 7,000 gas cylinders. He added that tomorrow the Campaign will distribute 500food baskets to Syrian refugees in the King Abdullah Gardens in Al-Ramtha. He reported that the Campaign has coordinated with the Governor of Irbid and the Jordanian Red Crescent Authority to draw up a plan to distribute aid to Syrian refugees in the governorate.
Meanwhile, the Campaign has continued the distribution of assistance to Syrian refugees in the Al-Thania region in northern Lebanon. Waleed Al-Jalal, the Director of the Campaign’s Office in Lebanon, said that 1,500 food baskets and 2,000 blankets were provided to more than 500 refugee families yesterday.
January 30, 2013
Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah opened the International Donors Conference for Syria today with the participation of 59 countries and 13 organizations and humanitarian and relief agencies of the United Nations. The Saudi delegation is being led by Minister of Finance Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz Al-Assaf.
During his address to the conference, Al-Assaf announced that, in line with the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, the Kingdom is providing $345 million in assistance to the Syrian people. A total of $125 million will be used to provide aid in coordination with a number of U.N. agencies. The remaining $225 million, Al-Assaf said, “will be spent in the coming period in cooperation with the countries neighboring Syria and various U.N. organizations.” He added that $100 million worth of in-kind humanitarian assistance has been provided, including tents, food, medicines and medical supplies, and 2,500 houses.
February 2, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign for the Support of the Brothers in Syria has signed a joint agreement with the World Health Organization (WHO) to provide a series of urgently needed health programs for displaced Syrians inside of Syria. The initiatives include the distribution of SR 7.9 million [$2.11 million] worth of medicine and medical supplies, as well as the provision of health services and vaccination programs.
The agreement was signed in Cairo today by Dr. Saaid Al-Harthi, the Advisor to Minister of Interior Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz, and Dr. Alaa Aldain Al-Alwan, the WHO Regional Director. Dr. Al-Harthi noted that the Kingdom is also currently providing assistance to Syrian refugees in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. For his part, Dr. Al-Alwan thanked the Kingdom for its humanitarian assistance to the Syrian people.
February 10, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria continued the distribution of aid to Syrian refugees in the Lebanese city of Tripoli today. The Campaign’s Director, Walid Al-Jalal, said in a press statement that 50 heaters and 1,100 blankets were handed out to270 families.
March 8, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria has delivered thirty prefabricated houses to Syrians in the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. This was reported in a press statement issued by the Director of the Campaign’s Office in Jordan, Saad Al-Swayed.
March 20, 2013
Following the directives of Interior Minister Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria dispatched a relief convoy from Riyadh today to deliver assistance to Syrian refugees in Jordan. The humanitarian aid, which consists of forty-one truckloads of foodstuffs and other supplies, is expected to arrive in Jordan tomorrow evening.
April 8, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria has continued to implement various relief programs in Lebanon to alleviate the suffering and provide for the needs of Syrian refugees. The Director of the Campaign’s Office in Lebanon, Walid bin Ali Al-Jalal, said that during the past few months, the Campaign has distributed 26,892 food baskets; 91,581 blankets; 2,026 diesel heaters; and 672 copies of the Holy Quran in Lebanon.
April 20, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Syrian Brothers in Lebanon has distributed30,000 baskets containing food, medicine and other supplies, as well as 100,000 blankets, to refugees since the beginning of the conflict in Syria. The Campaign’s Director, Walid Al-Jalal, reports that 100,000 mattresses, 2,500 heating devices and 30,000 rations have also been distributed as part of the first phase of the operation. In addition, the Campaign will pay housing rents for 1,000 displaced Syrian families and sponsor 3,000 students at all levels of education.
April 25, 2013
Following the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria has rented 1,000apartments to accommodate displaced Syrian families in Lebanon. The Campaign has also undertaken the payment of tuition for 3,000 Syrian students at Lebanese schools, at a cost of SR 16.1 million[$4.3 million].
Meanwhile, the Director of the Campaign’s Beirut Office, Waleed Al-Jalal said in a press statement today that 4,000 mattresses and over 500 kg of dates have been distributed to refugees in Beirut.
Since its inception, the Saudi Campaign has funded relief programs and humanitarian projects for displaced Syrians in Jordan, Turkey and Lebanon at a cost of more than SR 350 million [$93.33 million].
April 26, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign for the Relief of the Brothers in Syria has distributed a sizable amount of relief items to Syrian refugees in the Lebanese city of Baalabak. In a statement, the Director of the Campaign’s office in Beirut, Waleed Al-Jalal, said that 2,500carpets and 625 kilograms of dates were provided to the displaced Syrians.
April 27, 2013
The regional office of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) in Iraqi Kurdistan has distributed new aid to Syrian refugees residing in northern Iraq. The organization provided baby milk and food, as well as other items for children, to more than seventy Syrian families in the Erbil and Dohuk governates.
May 14, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign for the Relief of Syrians continued the distribution of aid today, handing out food rations to displaced Syrians in the Bekaa region of Lebanon. The Director of the Campaign’s office in Beirut, Walid Jalal, said in a statement that 1,500 food rations, in addition to more than half a ton of dates, were distributed to 1,500 displaced Syrian families in the region.
May 15, 2013
The International Islamic Relief Organization of Saudi Arabia (IIROSA), an affiliate of the Muslim World League (MWL), recently provided assistance to Syrian refugees in Turkey. The aid included 5,000 blankets and 2,240 food-baskets, which benefitted 10,000 people in the Turkish border area
May 25, 2013
In implementation of the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria is implementing a project to replace tents in the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan with 1,000well-equipped caravans. According to the Director of the Campaign’s Amman Office, Saad bin Muhanna Sweid, 933 caravans have been set up since the beginning of this month.
Meanwhile, the Campaign has signed two agreements to sponsor 3,000 displaced Syrian students in Lebanon.
June 7, 2013
The International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO), an affiliate of the Makkah-based Muslim World League (MWL), is continuing to distribute food and blankets to displaced Syrians in northern Lebanon. In a statement, the Director of the MWL in Lebanon, Abdulkarim Al-Moosa, said that more than 800 food rations have been distributed in the city of Saida and 1,200 food rations have been provided in the Al-Khorob region. He noted that the MWL has begun establishing reception centers for refugees where aid is given out.
June 10, 2013
The General Secretariat of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) issued a statement today denouncing Hezbollah’s intervention in the Syrian conflict and warning of consequences for the organization’s interests in GCC states. “As the GCC strongly condemns the blatant interference of Lebanese Hezbollah in the Syrian crisis and its consequent killing of innocent civilians, it considers that Hezbollah’s participation in shedding the blood of the brotherly Syrian people has revealed the nature of this party and its real objectives, which surpass the borders of Lebanon and the Arab homeland,” it read.
The General Secretariat declared, “The illegal interventions of Hezbollah and the heinous practices of its militias in Syria will harm its interests in the GCC’s member countries.” Furthermore, “The GCC Ministerial Council has decided to consider action against any members of Hezbollah in the GCC countries, both in their residency or their financial and trade transactions.”
The statement concluded, “The GCC also calls on the Lebanese government to assume its responsibilities towards the behavior of Hezbollah and its illegal and inhuman practices both in Syria and the region.”
June 23, 2013
In accordance with royal directives, the Saudi National Campaign for the Support of the Brothers in Syria has prepared new relief programs for the upcoming holy month of Ramadan. In a statement, the Campaign announced that it will distribute Ramadan food baskets to refugees in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan. In addition, the Campaign is providing advanced healthcare programs to refugees in the Zaatari refugee camp and to displaced people along the Lebanese border.
June 29, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria began implementing the first phase of its distribution of Ramadan food baskets in Lebanon today. The Director of the Campaign’s Beirut Office, Walid Al-Jalal, said in a statement that 4,000 food rations were distributed to displaced Syrian families in the Lebanese capital. The Campaign plans to distribute a total of 30,000 aid baskets during the holy month of Ramadan.
July 1, 2013
In implementation of the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria is paying for the treatment of a large number of Syrians wounded during the assault on the Syrian city of Al-Qusair. The Campaign’s Regional Director, Dr. Badr Al-Samhan, said that the patients have received treatment and undergone surgeries at Minyah Hospital and Tripoli Government Hospital.
Meanwhile, the Campaign continued the distribution of Ramadan food baskets to displaced Syrians in the town of Borja in southern Lebanon today. The Director of the Campaign’s Beirut Office, Walid Jalal, said in a statement that 4,000 food baskets were handed out during the second phase of the project.
July 8, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria continued the first phase of the distribution of 30,000 Ramadan food baskets to Syrian refugees in Lebanon today. The Director of the Campaign’s Beirut Office, Walid Jalal, said in a statement that his organization provided 2,000 food baskets to 2,000 displaced families in the town of Marj in the Chouf region of the Beqa’a Valley. Two days earlier, the Campaign handed out 2,500baskets to Syrians in the city of Sidon in southern Lebanon.
The Campaign also sent a convoy of 100 trailers laden with 50,000 Ramadan baskets containing eighteen types of foodstuffs for Syrian refugees in Jordan today. The mission, which is being carried out in collaboration with the UN World Food Program (WFP) and other humanitarian organizations, was inaugurated with the participation of Saudi Ambassador to Jordan Fahd Al-Zaid and senior UN and Jordanian officials.
July 15, 2013
Since the start of the holy month of Ramadan, the Kingdom has launched a number of programs to provide Iftar (fast-breaking) meals to needy Muslims in several different countries.
The International Islamic Relief Organization of Saudi Arabia (IIROSA), an affiliate of the Muslim World League (MWL), has begun the implementation of a project to provide Iftar meals in remote areas in Afghanistan. During the first six days of Ramadan, 1,000 food baskets were distributed.
Meanwhile, in Turkey, the Saudi National Campaign for the Relief of the Brothers in Syria launched a Ramadan Iftar Meal Project for fasting Syrian refugees.
Finally, Saudi Ambassador in Khartoum Faisal bin Hamed Mualla has kicked off the Project of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud for Providing Iftar Meals for Ramadan Fasters in Sudan. The Saudi Embassy’s Religious Attaché, Dr. Sulaiman Al-Fiheid, said that the project, launched four years ago, provides diversified meals and has targeted 375,000 needy fasters in Sudan.
July 16, 2013
Upon the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi National Campaign for the Support of the Brothers in Syria is running a number of mobile bakeries to provide bread to Syrian refugees in Turkey. The Director of the Campaign’s Ankara Office, Khalid Al-Salamah, said that the new initiative, involving baking and distributing bread, will expand to other border areas and encompass more refugees in the near future.
July 24, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign for the Support of the Brothers in Syria has completed the first phase of its plan to distribute 35,000 Ramadan food baskets to Syrian refugees in Lebanon. The humanitarian supplies were handed out to displaced Syrians in various regions of the country.
July 28, 2013
The Saudi Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria delivered 1,000 new caravans, worthSR 9 million [$2.4 million], to Syrian refugees in Jordan. The Campaign has now provided a total of 3,500 caravans to the displaced Syrians. The Kingdom’s initiative to replace tents with sturdier caravans aims to help the residents of refugee camps withstand harsh environmental conditions.
Meanwhile, the Campaign completed the second phase of its distribution of 4,500Ramadan baskets to Syrian families in the Ramtha and Madaba governates.
August 1, 2013
The Saudi Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria distributed 21,000 meals to Syrian refugees in the Jordanian city of Erbed yesterday, in collaboration with several local charity associations. The Campaign’s Director in Amman, Saad bin Muhanna Al-Suwayed, said in a press statement that 25,000 meals will be distributed today, in cooperation with the Al-Shura Association in Amman. He noted that since the beginning of the blessed month of Ramadan, more than 50,000 iftar (fast-breaking) meals have been distributed in the Al-Zaatari refugee camp and other provinces in Jordan.
Additionally, the Campaign distributed more than 170,000 cans of canned meat (mortadella) to Syrian refugees in the Al-Zaatari Camp. The project was carried out in cooperation with the Save the Children organization.
August 13, 2013
The Office of the Saudi National Campaign to Support the Syrian Brothers in Turkey has distributed 100,000 gifts to Syrian children on the occasion of Eid Al-Fitr. The Office’s Director, Khaled Al-Salamah, said that the Campaign prepared the gifts and distributed them to the children of displaced Syrian families living in refugee camps in Turkey.
August 27, 2013
The office of the Saudi National Campaign to Support Syrians in Jordan has signed 131contracts to rent apartments to house 131 Syrian families residing in Jordan. This is the first step in the Campaign’s initiative to assist 500 Syrian refugee families with special needs.
September 1, 2013
While attending an extraordinary Arab League Foreign Ministers meeting in Cairo, Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal today again urged the international community to do all that it can to prevent aggression against the Syrian people which has led to the death of more than 100,000.
“We cannot bear seeing Syrian people being shelled with poisonous gases this way,” said Prince Saud. “We urge the international community to stop aggression by the Syrian regime against its people.”
Prince Saud also said that “We need to help the Syrian people by halting the bloodshed, and not by merely condemning the violence. But we need to help them by all legal means possible against aggression that will almost make Syrians extinct.”
Regarding the prospect of a military strike, Prince Saud stated, “We stand by the will of the Syrian people. They know their best interests, so whatever they accept, we accept and whatever they refuse, we refuse.”
The Syrian National Coalition, which is the recognized Syrian representative at the Arab league, has called for outside military intervention to defeat the Assad regime
September 12, 2013
The Saudi Campaign to Support Displaced Syrians handed over 200 checks today to 200Syrian refugee families in Lebanon’s Barja area, south of Beirut, to pay the rents for their houses. The Campaign’s Regional Director in Lebanon, Walid Al-Jalal, said in a statement that this comes within the framework of the Kingdom’s initiative to provide $1.8 million in rent money for displaced Syrians.
September 26, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign for the Support of the Syrian Brothers has continued its campaign to pay rent allowances for displaced Syrians. The Director of the Campaign’s Office in Beirut, Walid Al-Jalal, said in a statement that the Campaign handed out its fourth set of checks today. A total of 68 payments were given to Syrians in Minyah and Deir Ammar in the north of Lebanon.
October 19, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign for Supporting the Syrian Brothers has distributed 500sacrificial sheep to Syrian refugees in Jordan. In a statement issued today, the Director of the Campaign’s Amman Office, Saad Al-Suwayed, reported that the meat was distributed to4,000 families. He added that the Campaign has also distributed 500 sacrificial sheep to Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
November 6, 2013
The International Islamic Relief Organization of Saudi Arabia (IIROSA), an affiliate of the Muslim World League (MWL), set up a medical center in Yemen that has already provided services to over 16,000 patients. During a meeting yesterday in Sana’a with Acting IIROSA Secretary General Ihsan Tayyib, a number of Yemeni ministers thanked the organization for its continuing assistance to the Yemeni people.
Meanwhile, the IIROSA provided a large quantity of food baskets and blankets to displaced Syrians in the Lebanese city of Tripoli.
November 21, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Syrian Brothers is continuing its housing project in Lebanon, distributing rent money to refugees. In a statement, the Director of the Campaign’s Office in Beirut, Walid Jalal, said that $169,000 worth of lease-checks have been provided to 210 Syrian families. He noted that the project plans to provide $900,000 in checks to 1,100 Syrian families in the coming weeks.
November 22, 2013
The United Nations General Assembly has passed a draft resolution, submitted by the Kingdom on behalf of 66 member countries, calling for the enhancement and protection of human rights in Syria and the cessation of the killings and atrocities being committed by the Damascus government. As many as 123 states voted for resolution No. A/C.3/68/L.42LRev.1, while 46 states abstained and 13 opposed.
Wednesday’s vote was preceded by a thorough debate on the state of human rights in Syria. Presenting the draft resolution, Saudi Arabia’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Abdullah bin Yahya Al-Maalami, expressed sorrow over the killings and abuses being carried out against the Syrian people with conventional and chemical weapons. He reiterated the Kingdom’s disappointment with the international community for its failure to take effective action to end the crisis. Al-Maalami warned that every day the amount of killing, torture, imprisonment, oppression, abductions and rape against Syrian civilians increases, while the Syrian regime uses foreign militias to carry out massacres.
Citing UN reports, he pointed out that more than 100,000 people have been killed, around 9 million have been displaced, nearly half of the Syrian population is in dire need of food aid, polio and epidemic hepatitis are on the rise, and nearly 2.5 million people are being besieged inside Syria. While welcoming international efforts to destroy Syria’s chemical weapons, Al-Maalami denounced as shameful the world’s inaction in the face of these horrific human rights violations.
December 3, 2013
Interior Minister Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz, the General Supervisor of the Saudi National Campaign for the Syrian Brothers, has approved a number of urgent relief programs worth more than SR 32 million [$8.52 million] to assist Syrians during the winter season. The Campaign plans to distribute the aid, including tents, blankets and clothes, through its offices in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey to Syrians both inside and outside of Syria.
December 12, 2013
The Saudi government, represented by the Saudi Fund for Development (SFD), signed two cooperation agreements with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Riyadh yesterday. The two pacts will provide $10 million to help Syrian refugees and host communities in Jordan and Lebanon. SFD Vice-Chairman and Managing Director Yusuf Al-Bassam and UNHCR Regional Representative to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) States Imran Riza signed the agreements.
December 14, 2013
The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Syrian People has completed its latest distribution of assistance to Syrian refugees in northern Lebanon. In a statement, the Director of the Campaign’s Beirut Office, Waleed Al-Jalal, reported that 6,000 blankets were handed out to more than 200 Syrian families.
December 17, 2013
The International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO), an affiliate of the Muslim World League (MWL), has provided a massive amount of humanitarian aid during the winter season to the Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, Egypt, Bulgaria, Mauritania and other countries. The assistance consisted of food, blankets, clothing, heating equipment, fuel, shelters, tents, and other supplies. This announcement was made in a statement by IIRO Acting Secretary General Ihsan Tayyip.
On December 31, 2013
The Alwaleed bin Talal Charity Foundation has provided a financial contribution of$200,000 to the Organization of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). The donation was made in solidarity and response to the urgent humanitarian needs of children affected by the conflict in Syria. The gesture was announced by UNICEF Representative for the Gulf Arab States Dr. Ibrahim Al-Zaik
Saudi Arabia Increases Aid for Syrian People
January 15, 2014
(Washington, DC) — Today, Saudi Minister of Finance Dr. Ibrahim Al-Assaf announced that Saudi Arabia has increased its financial assistance for the Syrian people by $60 million, bringing the total for disbursement during the coming period to $250 million. Al-Assaf made the announcement while addressing the Second International Humanitarian Pledging Conference on Syria held in Kuwait.
Al-Assaf, who led the Kingdom’s delegation to the conference, reaffirmed Saudi Arabia’s commitment to the Syrian people. He stated, “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is keen to provide support for the Syrian refugees with aid totaling $448 million, about $260 millionof which has already been paid in collaboration with a number of institutions working in the relief field for the Syrian people.”
On January 22, 2014 Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal said in an Official Statement:
“We realized that the most important content of this announcement is the formation of a transitional government with full powers in order to manage the state’s affairs from political, security and military aspects. Bashar Al-Assad or any of his regime’s symbols whose hands are stained with blood of Syrians will have no current or future role in this arrangement.
To get Syria out of this dark tunnel, our start to the desired solution should be based on the following elements: first, immediate withdrawal of all foreign forces and armed elements of the Syrian territories, including the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Forces and the Hezbollah militia; second, end the fighting and lift the siege on the Syrian cities and villages, including air strikes and artillery implemented by the regime; third, find safe areas and corridors for the delivery of aid to the Syrians under international supervision; fourth, release prisoners and detainees held by the Syrian regime. It is time to stop the bloodshed and end the suffering of the Syrian people. It is a favorable opportunity for us not to let down the Syrians again.”
July 17, 2014
The International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO), an affiliate of the Muslim World League (MWL), has distributed 10,000 food baskets for Iftar (fast-breaking) meals to Syrian refugees in Egypt since the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan. According to IIRO Secretary General Ihsan bin Saleh Tayyib, this program will continue until the end of the month.
The Project of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud for Providing Iftar Meals Abroad provides free meals for more than two million fasting Muslims in 41 countries during the holy month of Ramadan. The initiative, which began in 1430 H. , distributes more than 35,000 Iftar meals daily.
July 22, 2014
A number of specialized Saudi clinics located in the Al-Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan have intensified their efforts to provide medical care for Syrian patients, as directed by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz. The Regional Director of the Saudi Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria, Dr. Badr bin Abdulrahman Al-Samhan, said that the Saudi clinics have finished their 80th week of service at the Al-Zaatari camp by providing medical treatment to 2,185 Syrian patients.
September 23, 2014
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia issued the following statement:
The Royal Saudi Air Force today participated in military operations over Syria to confront terrorism emanating from Daash (ISIS) and to support the moderate Syrian opposition as part of an international coalition to defeat terrorism, which is a deadly evil afflicting the world, and to support the fraternal Syrian people to restore security, unity and to rebuild their suffering nation.
September 25, 2014 Prince Saud said in an Official Statement:
while a political settlement based on the Geneva Declaration is needed to end the conflict, the Kingdom is convinced that the regime of Bashar Al-Assad won’t accept to sit down at the negotiating table unless the change of scales on the ground is in favor of the moderate forces. “In this sense, our support for the moderate Syrian opposition forces should not be limited to military support to counter terrorist groups in Syrian territory, but should include practical steps to weaken the Syrian regime by tightening the economic blockade, begin to pursue its symbols through the mechanisms of international justice for their crimes committed against the Syrian people, enhance its political isolation and encourage defections in the ranks of the civilian and military personnel from within the regime.”
Prince Saud concluded that the regime of Bashar Al-Assad has lost its legitimacy due to its inhuman practices and policies that have created a fertile environment for terrorism, and; therefore, a solution to this dilemma will not be found, except through its departure from the political scene with those whose hands are tarnished with the blood of the Syrians.”
January 8, 2015
The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Syrian Brothers continued the distribution of winter aid supplies to Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon. Dr. Badr Al-Samhan, regional director of the campaign, announced last week that the campaign has distributed450,000 blankets, 300,000 winter jackets, 700,000 sweaters, 630,000 children’s winter clothing sets, and 700,000 hats in Zaatari camp in Jordan.
January 9, 2015
The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Syrian Brothers continued the distribution of winter aid supplies to Syrian refugees in Lebanon. Dr. Badr Al-Samhan, regional director of the campaign, announced last week that the campaign has distributed 70,000 blankets,150,000 children’s blankets, 70,000 children’s winter coats, and 233,000 hats in Al-Batron camp in northern Lebanon.
January 11, 2015
On the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz on Jan. 11, Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, Minister of Interior and General Supervisor of the National Campaign to Support the Syrian Brothers, approved an emergency $2.4 million heating fuel project for Syrian refugees in Lebanon. The project is part of the campaign’s $14.1 million winter supply projects for Syrian refugees. Since July 2012, the campaign has provided $178 million in relief supplies for Syrian refugees.
January 20, 2015
The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria has dispatched its 18th convoy of urgent winter relief materials to Daraa Governorate in southwestern Syria, north of the border with Jordan.
The convoy, which entered Syria from Jordan, included more than 25,000 pieces of winter supplies, including blankets and children’s supplies, in collaboration with the International Organization for Migration and the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. The aid delivery is compliance with U.N. Security Council Resolution 2165 (2014) which authorizes relief delivery across conflict lines and through additional border crossings.
January 21, 2015
Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria has sent a new convoy of urgent aid displaced people in northern Syria. The 23rd convoy of 10 trucks set off from the Turkish port of Mersin for northern Syria to complete the distribution of the aid among the displaced people in camps in northern Syria’s regions.
January 22, 2015
Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria yesterday distributed the 32nd shipment of winter relief supplies to 1,000 Syrian refugee families in Sir Al-Dhinyah area in northern Lebanon. Walid Al-Jalal, director of the campaign in Lebanon, said that the campaign has distributed 48,000 winter items, including blankets, and children’s winter clothes, to 1,000 families.
February 27, 2015
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia accommodates 130 Syrian Refugee Families in Mount Lebanon and builds housing units and provides aid for them.
March 23, 2015
Saudi National Campaign to Support Brothers in Syria continued providing bread for the Syrian displaced people in Aleppo and Idlib through mobile bakeries. Since the program began about two years ago to now, over 60,000 loaves of bread have been distributed daily to nearly 4,000 Syrian families for a total of some 33 million loaves at a cost about$544,000.
March 31, 2015
Saudi Arabia and the High Commissioner of the United Nations for Refugees (UNHCR) signed a cooperation agreement under which the Kingdom will contribute $5 million to help the displaced Syrians. This came on the sidelines of the 3rd International Pledging Humanitarian Conference for Syria held in Kuwait today in the presence of the Minister of Finance Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz Al-Assaf. The agreement was signed by Saudi Fund for Development representing the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The funded projects by Saudi Arabia aim to rebuild and rehabilitate a total of 4,650 homes in Damascus, Homs, Hama, Daraa and Idlib, in addition to providing public facilities and services, which will benefit a total of 23,250 displaced Syrians.
March 31, 2015
Saudi National Campaign to Support Brothers in Syria has dispatched its 28th convoy for displaced civilians in southern Syria. The Campaign’s Regional Director Dr. Badr Al-Samhan said that the aid convoy consists of 10 trucks containing 41.6 tons of relief supplies valued at $512,000. The aid convoy is expected to enter Syria across the Jordanian border under the umbrella of U.N. Security Council Resolution 2191.
On April 19, 2015
The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia welcomed thousands of Syrian Refugees into Saudi for residential stay without any stipulations, confines or Visa, and covered all their expenses and offered them shielding and sheltering
The Syrian Refugees were to choose from either 2 options:
1- That a Saudi citizen appoints the Syrian refugee and allows him to travel in Saudi Arabia, wherever he wills, for a certain period, that is continually extended (like the one carrying a visitors Visa),
2- That the Syrian Refugees chooses to be transferred to a large hotel in the city of Samtha (a town and sub-division in Jizan Province, in southwestern Saudi Arabia), where a flat is distributed for each Syrian family, and the government of Saudi Arabia covers his full food, drink, and clothing expenses. It is considered as temporary camps for the Syrians provided and funded by the Kingdom for an indefinite period.
One of the Syrian Refugee’s who fleed escaping through the city of San’aa him and his family heading towards the Yemeni/Saudi borders was interviewed and said to “Sham News Network”, : “Saudi Arabia greeted us without any conditions nor any constraints and we were treated very well, and the legal procedures to allow me and my family did not exceed more than 3 hours “, The Syrian Refugee pointed out that his passport had expired and nevertheless he and his family had been greeted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia bypassing all the obstacles
May 18, 2015
Saudi brought and welcomed over 2000 more Syrian refugees into their Syrian refugee camps in Zaa’tari in only 1 week
June 9, 2015
Upon directives of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, Second Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Interior and Director General of Saudi Relief Campaigns, approved the program of fasting for the Syrian and Somali peoples during the Holy Month of Ramadan at a cost of over$3.31 million.
June 17, 2015
Saudi funds 129 Million Riyaal ($34,399,542) for Relief projects for the displaced Syrians.
Information the reader must understand:
Saudi Arabia’s population stood at 30.8 million at the end of 2014, a 2.6 percent rise from 2013, according to data released by the Kingdom’s Central Department of Statistics and Information (CDSI).
There were 20.7 million Saudis, making up 67 percent of the population, while the number of foreigners stood at 10.1 million or 33 percent, according to an analysis conducted by the economics reporting unit of Al-Eqtisadiah.
The population had grown by 2.7 percent from 2012 to 2013, amounting to 29.2 million people. This consisted of 20.3 million Saudis and 9.7 million foreigners.
The CDSI said that the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) stood at SR2.82 trillion at the end of 2014, while per capita GDP was SR91,700.
Per capita GDP had grown by 9 percent over the past 11 years, an annual increase of SR4,900.
The highest per capita GDP growth was between 2004 and 2005, when it grew by 23 percent, or from SR43,000 to SR52,800.
According to the analysis, per capita GDP dropped 19 percent between 2008 and 2009, from SR87,600 to SR63,400, as a result of the global financial crisis.
The number of foreigners in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia amounts to more than 10 million, representing one-third of the population of whom are 600,000 Syrian’s ! 800,000 Yemenis ! 120,000 Palestinians! 500,000 Bangladeshi! 500,000 Filipino! 30,000 Somalians ! 20,000 Afghan’s ! 20,000Nepalis ! 230,000 Sudanis ! and 30,000 from South Sudan ! 30,000 Ethiopians ! 40,000 Eritreans ! 10,000 Nigerians ! and others, as for the Indian, Egyptian , Bangladeshi, Pakistani and Yemeni nationalities are the most common in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Note that the majority of these foreigners are expatriates meaning that THEY ARE NOT BORN IN SAUDI ! 500,000 out of the 600,000 Syrians and 460,000 or more out of the 800,000 Yemenis residing in Saudi are expatriates and refugees
Mohammed Alyahya ( Associate Fellow At the Saudi Arabian King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies, and Strategic Affairs at Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia at London Coordinator – Office of the Ambassador ) said in a recent interview with BBC News hour with Lyse Doucet on Sept, 5 2015:
“Zero is a very inaccurate number because Saudi Arabia doesn’t have a refugee policy. There are 500,000 Syrians in Saudi Arabia that have been given visas, 3000 of which, based on a recent royal decree, have been given scholarships to attend university inside the kingdom. They are also given healthcare for themselves and their families but they are called visitors, they are not called refugees. Many of them are there to visit their families, who already live in Saudi Arabia. I can’t speak to other Gulf countries but the number in Saudi Arabia is 500,000. … This week we have seen a lot of focus on the refugee crisis after there was a spike in the number of refugees coming into Europe and after we saw these heart-breaking photographs of drowned civilian children and civilians but the refugee crisis has been going on for 4 years. It’s as if people have forgotten Syria until that one picture of the child surfaced … Whole families have come in and they have been given visas and their statuses have been formalised in Saudi Arabia. Just the fact that they’re not called refugees doesn’t mean that they aren’t refugees. Putting the number at zero is extremely misleading. It just ignores the fact that there are 500,000 Syrians in Saudi Arabia as a result of this war that WEREN’T in Saudi Arabia before it.” (End quote) [You can listen to the Interview in the sources at the end of my note]
THIS SECTION IS AN UPDATE TO THE RESEARCH ! ON SEPTEMBER 11, 2015
Jeddah, Dhu-AlQa’dah 27, 1436, Sep 11, 2015, SPA — The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia does not intend to speak about its efforts to support Syrian brothers and sisters, during their distress, according to a statement by an official of the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Since the beginning of the problem, he added, Saudi Arabia has dealt with the situation from a religious and humane perspective, and did not wish to boast about its efforts or attempt to gain media coverage.
However, media reports have contained erroneous and misleading information, and the Kingdom now considers it important to discuss its efforts with appropriate facts and figures, he pointed.
The official souce explained that the following actions have been taken by the Kingdom: 1.The Kingdom has received around 2.5 million Syrians since the beginning of the conflict. In order to ensure their dignity and safety, the Kingdom adopted a policy that does not treat them as refugees or place them in refugee camps. They have been given the freedom to move about the country and those who wish to remain in Saudi Arabia (some hundreds of thousands) have been given legal residency status “like the remaining residents.” Their residency comes with the rights to receive free medical care, to join the labor market and to attend schools and universities. This was contained in a royal decree in 2012 that instructed public schools to accept Syrian students. According to government statistics, the public school system has accepted more than 100,000 Syrian students.http://www.spa.gov.sa/English/details.php?id=1397412
Immigrants in Saudi make up more than 30% of the total population, according to UN data (2013) (July 2015 est.)
Hundreds of thousands of immigrants from all Islamic countries and others have always been welcomed, whether to ask for a livelihood or to seek knowledge or request asylum or security, and so on. Therefore, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has a significant burden that can not be borne alone manned with this number of migrants. Therefore it creates, provides, and funds refugee camps in Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon and elsewhere for Syrians and others, and as you have seen in my research here the enormous amount of aid and finances that the Saudi government has provided for (Syrian refugees only) which has exceeded billions of dollars let aside all the other nationalities including Yemeni refugees and others that the kingdom is funding and providing housings, camps, and aid for.
In addition to all this information I provided in my research that the majority of the people don’t know about whether its the ignoramus haters on the kingdom or the non haters is that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the 16th of March 2015 Saudi has entitled Four million (4,000,000) Burmese residents to obtain “Iqamaah” in Saudi and back in 23rd of March 2013 Prince Khaled Al-Faisal distributed free residency permits (iqamas) to the Burmese community and legalized the status of nearly 500,000 Burmese refugees ! The Saudi government provided Burmese with health care, social services, education and develop their residential areas as part of a comprehensive program. They also train them to get jobs. Also King Abdullah ordered the formation of a ministerial committee for the development of disorganized residential districts in Makkah to improve the situation of Burmese Muslims living in those districts.
So in fact Saudi already has welcomed hundreds of thousands of Syrians, Burmese, Yemnis and others also Saudi tries to decrease extending the visits in order for them to give a chance for other people to make ‘umra although they are not implementing this on Syrians !
Al-Luaydaan (Official speaker of the General Department of Passports) said: The extension of visits will be stopped starting from the end of next month Sha’ban except for Syrians living in the kingdom on a visit visa. One of the main reasions on the decision to stop the extension of the arrivals visits, is to provide an opportunity for others who want to make Umrah.
The Saudi Government has also decided Not to deport any Syrian citizen resident on its territory even if his residence permit has expired. The King gave orders not to deport Syrians or trouble them with legal accountabilities or irregularities because of the situation in Syria. This procedure applied to every Syrian in Saudi Arabia.
The reader must also understand that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the countries around the world with the most enemies, and is being planned against from various enemies from the kufar and deviant Muslims, So they try hardly to ruin the Kingdom’s picture in front of the people, and always try to infiltrate Saudi in order to fulfill their schemes,
Saudi Enemies mainly fall under these divisions
1- The Zionists and Crusaders from the Jews & Christians
2- Shi’aa Rafida
3- Khawarij Takfiri Tafjiri Extremists and Terrorists
4- Sufis and Grave worshippers
Therefore it is always feared that anything might happen in Saudi especially that Syria has many Nusayri ‘Alawi Shi’aa and Yemen has many Houthie Shi’aa, while the shiaa carry very dangerous extremist Aqeedah towards Saudi,
The Cursed Imaam of Shi’aa Al-Khumayni said: The Islamic and non-Islamic world will not recognize our power until we control Mecca and Medina.
Khumayni also says: When I conquer and enter Mecca and Medina, the first wajib upon me is to bring out (Al-Sanamayn) the two idols Abu Bakr and Umar from their graves -waleyazu bellah !-
Former President of Iran Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said in Itila’aat in 1987 : The Islamic Republic of Iran has the readiness of the war for the liberation of this sacred place (Al-Haramein). “
Iranian Grand Ayatollah Hossein Khorasani says in his book [Al-Islam fi Daw’ul Tashayu’u] : Every single Shiite upon the earth wishes to open and liberate Mecca and Medina and remove the Wahhabi’s from ruler-ship
It was narrated from Abu Jaafar said: The Mahdi of the Shi’aa will demolish the house (Ka’aba) he will not leave any of it except the bases. (Al-Raj’aa p.254)
Majlisi narrated from Abu Abdullah, he said: When the qa’em (Mahdi) comes out there will be nothing between him and the Arabs except for the sword (Bihaar Al-Anwaar 52/355)
Abu Abdullah peace and blessings be upon him said: Do you know the first thing the Mahdi would do was
I said no
he said: He wil bring out these two (Abu Bakr and Umar) and burn them and throw their ashes to the wind, and he will destroy the masjid (Masjid al-Ḥarām) [Al-Anwaar Al-Mude’aa, Bahaa ul-Deen an-Najjafi, p. 339] [Bihaar al-Anwaar, Majlisi, 52/386] (This is a Sahih Hadith according to the filthy Shi’aa)
So this is how dangerous the Shiaa Rawafid are and anyone who has a glimpse of background on Saudi history they will know the many attempts of the shiaa to attack Makkah and Madina and the Ka’baa as well as the takfiri Khawarij even though that Khawarij do not wish to demolish the Ka’ba itself as the Shi’aa but they waged war against Saudi, made many attacks, suicide bombings, consider the Saudi government and its citizens apostates and desire to take over the rule in Saudi. Many incidents have happened and one of the famous ones was Juhayman al-‘Utaybi incident when he hijacked the Ka’ba for two weeks and held the hujaaj hostages under the gun.
After this lengthy detailed research its pretty clear how much the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has aided the Syrian Refugees based on this what I provided from SUMMARIZED aid and financing it proves that their aid and finances when calculated is more than what all other countries from Islamic and non-Islamic have done all together ! So dont be fooled by the (Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon etc syrian refugee camps and that they let them in because the reality is that Saudi is the one covering the majority of the expenses of these camps, and they are the ones who actually built most of them, these refugee camps in those countries and Zaatari refugee camp etc. live off KSA money and aid ! so be aware of that. Stop being and ignorant hypocrite criticizing when you have no knowledge of the reality behind certain situations, you people speak as if you have thousands of Syrian refugees in your houses and finance them ! when you aid Syrian Refugees with more than 12-15 billion dollars as Saudi has or at least aid them with a QUARTER OF WHAT SAUDI HAS AIDED then open your mouth otherwise keep it shut and implement the hadith of the Messenger of Allah (pbuh): He who believes in Allah and the Last Day must either speak good or remain silent.”
Most of you speak like hypocrites waleyazu bellah taking sides with the kufar and claiming that they have done good for the Syrian refugees ! The disbelieving governments mostly do this out of political, foreign, and public interest not for the love of the Syrian Muslims as Saudi does, and the aid of those non-muslims is 1% compared to what Saudi has aided for Syrians and others.
Allah aza wajjal says: [Neither those who disbelieve from the People of the Scripture (Jews and Christians) nor Al-Mushrikun (the disbelievers in the Oneness of Allah, idolaters, polytheists, pagans, etc.) wish that any good should be sent down to you from your Lord. But Allah selects for His mercy whom He wills, and Allah is the possessor of great bounty.]
So be thankful to Saudi instead of criticizing out of ignorance !
The Prophet (ﷺ) said: He who does not thank the people is not thankful to Allah. [Sunan Abi Dawud 4811, Sahih Aljami 1926]
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Research, Written, Compiled, and Arranged by: Islam Mohamed El-Hoseiny (Abu Islam Al-Salafy Al-Misry)
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Every Single Aid that I mentioned throughout the Summarized Timeline is taken from the Official Public Affairs Archive
Saudi Aid for Syrian RefugeesSaudi Aid for Syrian RefugeesSaudi Aid for Syrian RefugeesSaudi starts (The Joy of this life) project and sets birth operation clinics for Syrian Refugees, they have successfully managed 278 birth operation just between May and June 2015Saudi fund Syrian Refugee camps on Turkish bordersKSA funds Syrian Refugee camps in TurkeySaudi funds and aids Syrian Refugees in Kilis Camp near the Syrian BordersFunded by the International Islamic Relief Organization of Saudi Arabia, which provides shelter for Syrian refugees in al-Marj, in the Bekaa valley, LebanonSaudi Aid for Syrian RefugeesSaudi Aid for Syrian Refugees5,000 camp for Syrian refugees in Turkey, set and funded by SaudiSaudi Aid for Syrian RefugeesSaudi funds Zaatari refugee camp and treats over 140,000 Syrian Refugees, and provides them with electronics and televisionsZaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan populates abt 83,000 RefugeesSaudi Aid for Syrian RefugeesSaudi Aid for Syrian RefugeesSaudi Aid for Syrian RefugeesSaudi Aid for Syrian RefugeesSaudi Aid for Syrian RefugeesSaudi Clinics for Syrian RefugeesSaudi Aid for Syrian RefugeesSaudi Accommodates and Aids more than 100 Syrian Refugee families in south LebanonSaudi Aid for Syrian RefugeesSaudi Housing units for Syrian Refugees70 housing units by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ready for new Syrian refugees in Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, Saudi now has made 250+ units, and always building new housing units when neededSaudi builds Schools for Syrian Refugee Children and funds themSaudi Signs agreement to send 6,000 more food baskets to Syrian RefugeesSaudi Provides medicine and doctors all over Syrian Refugee campsSaudi builds Schools for Syrian Refugees based on the Saudi project called (My Syrian Brother with Education and Knowledge we Construct)Saudi builds Clinics for Syrian Refugees based on the Saudi project called (Grow Healthy and Safely)Saudi Skin Clinic for Syrian RefugeesSaudi accomodates 97 new Syrian Refugees in one of its camps in Lebanon, They also funded 307,000+ SR for themSaudi builds educational departments for Syrian refugees in their project called (My Syrian Brother your Future is within your Hands) in this pic you can see the Sewing DepartmentSaudi builds 52 schools in for Syrian Refugees in Lebanon , part of thei Saudi Educational CampaignSaudi sends 32 huge Aid Trucks to South of SyriaSaudi builds educational departments for Syrian refugees in their project called (My Syrian Brother your Future is within your Hands) .. In this picture you can see Syrian Sisters learning in the Graphic Design DepartmentTechnology and Repair Department for Syrian RefugeesSaudi builds a container city that can house 10,000 Syrian refugees in Turkey’s Kilis province near the border, They have built as well hospitals for them