Early this week in the dead of night, two massive earthquakes struck in the southern part of Türkiye, devastating nearby cities and those in neighboring Syria as far as 300 miles from the earthquake epicenters.
More than 300,000 people have been forced to leave their homes and over 21,000 people have lost their lives with this number sadly increasing over time. The world has mobilized relief efforts with doctors, nurses, search & rescue, engineers, emergency shelter staff, and many other lifesaving specialists. This includes the Icelandic elite search and rescue team who have described the freezing and extremely difficult conditions in which the collective rescue effort operates in their attempts to unearth the people who have been buried underneath the rubble.
Also affected are the millions of refugees residing on both sides of the border whom have been displaced from their own country living in flimsy shelters, tents, and partially de...