The Middle East is a spectacle of controversy. The age of media and conflict through globalization has collapsed what once was suggested to be the “West Of The East,” and restructured it into an endless land of turmoil. The Middle East is a contemporary endless land addicted to peril. The combination of religion and state in multiple societies within the Arabian Peninsula has further raised the question: “Does a solution lie within this abundant mayhem?” I personally cannot vouch for a proposal to culminate this matter, as one world of politics compensates for multiple faces of perspective. What I can resolve, however, is not political, nor existential. It is in fact fundamental. Pardon me, humanitarian is a better-suited term. The Middle East’s first leap to rudimentary justice lies in one’s giving to philanthropy.