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🇮🇩 Indonesians slam humanitarian response to tsunami | Al Jazeera English



Help is not arriving fast enough for some communities that have been largely cut off on Sulawesi Island.

Almost 71,000 people have been displaced, many in coastal areas north of Palu, where the full force of the tsunami was felt first.

Al Jazeera’s Wayne Hay reports from Donggala.

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11 comments

  1. Well Australia flew in aid shortly after the disaster but the main problem is distributing the aid, there are very few places that cargo planes can land and roads and bridges are out. For that place it looks like landing type craft are the only way to get in, Indonesia may not have any of those. Your religious organisations should be helping, what aid are they distributing?

  2. why at the 1st place INDONESIA GOVERNMENT ARRAGONT refuse international AID?

  3. no help from any gods?? huh???

  4. Where is the government? All the talk and people are suffering.

  5. If we give money the president buys a new luxury car.

  6. Y is your channel not distributing any aid. You only cash on the disaster and their difficulties right.

  7. I think nations should come for Indonesia help………

  8. How come Allah isn't helping them? Oh yeah, that's right. It's because Allah, like every other religion, is based on fairy tales and mythology. LOL.

  9. It is better You leave them alone or helping them with aids. Commenting with negativity is a sign of offending them and inappropriate for they are in sorrow. They would arise again with or without any help. That's what time has written the Indonesian history during their struggle for independence. They are not maudlin people.

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