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Crisis Support for victims of the Israel and Palestine conflict

The ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine is devastating, and those affected are experiencing unfathomable grief and distress. We have collated these Palestine & Israel crisis lines for anyone affected, both directly and indirectly.


Magen David Adom in Israel (MDAIS)

Call: 101

SMS (for Deaf users): 052-7000-101

Website: https://www.mdais.org/en

MDAIS is a National EMS Organisation aiming to provide auxiliary service to the IDF medical forces in wartime. They also provide life-saving First Aid training through volunteers and medical transportation for people who are sick, victims of accidents, women in labor, and more.



Website: https://www.israaid.org

IsraAID is dedicated to supporting victims of humanitarian crises through disaster relief, emergency response, and supporting individuals impacted by forced migration.


Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP)

Website: https://www.map.org.uk

MAP aims to provide emergency medical response in Palestinian communities and break down barriers to Palestinian healthcare. They are providing emergency response to the current escalating violence.



WhatsApp (Arabic): +972 54-322-5656

WhatsApp (Hebrew): +972 55-957-1399

Website: https://sahar.org.il

Sahar is dedicated to providing free and confidential support and information over online chat. They support everyone in Israel who may need emotional support with anxiety, depression, loneliness, suicide.


Alliance for Middle Eastern Peace (ALLMEP)

Website: https://www.allmep.org

ALLMEP is a coalition of 170 organisations seeking to educate and advocate for peace in the Middle East on a global scale.


Palestine Children’s Relief Fund (PCRF)

Website: https://www.pcrf.net

PCRF is a volunteer-based non-profit providing free medical care to thousands of injured and sick children. They are currently mobilising urgent support for children in Gaza amidst the ongoing crisis.


Doctors Without Borders

Website: https://www.doctorswithoutborders.org

Doctors Without Borders provide independent, impartial medical humanitarian assistance to the people who need it most. They support people affected by conflict, disease outbreaks, natural and human-made disasters, and exclusion from health care in more than 70 countries.


Finally, if your mental health has been impacted by recent events, we have international helplines available: https://safeinourworld.org/find-help