aid for Lebanon
Two-year-old Karim Qobeisi is treated in hospital in the southern market town of Nabatiyeh (AP Photo/Mohammed Zaatari);Two Lebanese Red Cross workers unload medical supplies donated by the Kuwaiti Red Crescent in Beirut(AP Photo/Mahmoud Tawil)
rather than saying anything clever I'm just going to duplicate Juan Cole's post, here:
AUB Relief Effort: Send money
It can also be sent via the American University in Beirut's New York office. AUB is an educational institution incorporated in the US, so there is no question of the donations being anything but above-board.The Lebanese mostly are angry with the US now, and many hate us, for unleashing Israel on them. At least we can do some penance. 500,000 displaced persons, and over a thousand wounded, is as big a humanitarian disaster as the Kashmir earthquake or some per-country effects of the last tsunami. Send a lot of money.
" The American University of Beirut is once again at the forefront of efforts to care for those who are suffering in Lebanon. We will do everything we can to take care of those who need our help. We have done it before. Our commitment to do so is just as strong today. We are seeking your support for the newly created AUB Medical Emergency Fund so that we can continue relief efforts in the following two areas: medical supplies and volunteer relief.
You can make a secure online donation, https://give.aub.edu.lb.
You can issue a check payable to: American University of Beirut / Medical Emergency Fund American University of Beirut
You can issue a check payable to: American University of Beirut / Medical Emergency Fund American University of Beirut 3 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10017-2303 USA
For other payment methods, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or + 212-583-7600 (New York Office) email@example.com or + 961-3-996543 (Beirut Office)"