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JAPAN. Support Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Victims : Donate to Red Cross via iTunes

We offer warm condolences to the victims of the catastrophic earthquake and ensuing tsunami in Japan. March 11, 2011

Help Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Victims : Donate to Red Cross via iTunes

Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Updates – We are still shocked about the recent devastating earthquake and massive tsunami that hit Japan. Recently there were 2,000 dead bodies found in the two shores of Miyagi prefectures. The Japan earthquake/tsunami death tolls is rising while there were still people looking for shelter and relief.

If you want to help by simply doing something or donating a little amount of money is a big help for the victims of the tsunami and earthquake. Of course we want you donating in an organization that will definitely give your donations to the victims like American Red Cross.

People residing in the US can just key in donate to Red Cross via mobile phone but if your outside the country you can still help the victims thru donation using Apple iTunes. If you have credits in iTunes store you can visit the Red Cross donation page, wherein you can donate $5 up to $200.

Your donation will go to American Red Cross and this amount will support Japan’s disaster victims. 100% of your donation will help American Red Cross relief efforts to help those tsunami and earthquake victims. Donate now and help our people beyond the Pacific.



  1. SPonnuswamy Rajkumar14 March 2011 at 01:34

    I certainly share the deep feeling of anguish over what has happened in Japan.

    SPonnuswamy Rajkumar

  2. Thank you for your sincere e-mail regarding to terrible earthquake in Japan.
    I am safe and working in my laboratory even on Sunday.

    With best regards,

    Masakuni Tako

  3. Dr. Shunsuke Kobayakawa14 March 2011 at 01:36

    Thank you very much for your warm condolences.

    Dr. Shunsuke Kobayakawa
    Your Japanese friend

  4. Prof. Dr. Petra Perner and the Staff of the Institute of Computer Vision and applied Computer Sciences14 March 2011 at 01:49

    To our Japanese Friends

    Dear Japanese Friends and Colleagues,

    With deep dismay we have heard from the heavy earthquake which has met Japan.
    Our sympathy and our condolence are during these days with you.

    Prof. Dr. Petra Perner and the Staff of the Institute of Computer Vision and applied Computer Sciences
    The Machine Learning and Data Mining Community, ICDM, MLDM

    Leipzig, Mo, 14.Mrz.2011

  5. Nobuo Nakajima (Prof.)14 March 2011 at 02:03

    Thank you so much for concerning Japan.

    Earthquakes often happn in Japan, but this was unusual one.
    Most of the buildings are OK against the earthquake, but were very easily broken by Tsunami.

    Small and middle class eathquakes still continue now.

    Even in Tokyo which is apart more than 300 km from the earthquake, most of the trains stopped more than 24 hours.

    Although my family and colleagues are all right, I regret that many people died.

    Best regards,

    Nobuo Nakajima (Prof.)
    Advanced Wireless Communication Research Center (AWCC)
    Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
    The University of Electro-Communications
    1-5-1 Chofugaoka, Chofu-shi,
    Tokyo 182-8585, Japan
    Tel: +81-42-443-5551
    Fax: +81-42-443-5565

  6. It was a world Tragedy.
    I express also my condolences

  7. I accessed the link that you have created for supporting Japanese People and I am so impressed by your sensitive soul, even I know for a long time your care for humankind in such situation! I thank God that we are friends, you are teaching me all the time by your brilliant attitude!

    THANK YOU, NIKO, for your trust in me and your gentleness by putting my name near your name!!!!
    I have another lab at 12 o'clock, but I feel already very tired, I assume that I am not completely recovered.

    God bless you, Niko!!!
    From all my heart,

  8. Yoshiyuki Kaneda14 March 2011 at 03:34

    We had a great earthquake and tsunami around
    northeastern Japan March 11.
    Severe damages were occurred by them.
    I am fine.
    We have to deploy DONET/DONET2/DONET3system
    as soon as possible for the Nankai megathrust Eqs.

    I would like to say many thanks.

    Best regards,
    Yoshiyuki Kaneda

  9. Gulombek said
    I was really shocked the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Because, I respect Japan's peoples. It was terrible event that happened in Japan. I wish patience, power and firmness peoples of Japan.
    My condolences,
    Gulombek, Uzbekistan

  10. Dr. Maria B. Díaz Aguado14 March 2011 at 04:05

    I express my condolences and sympathy, specially to all Japanese members of WSEAS and their families and friends

  11. Catalin Popescu14 March 2011 at 05:17

    Deep and warm condolences to
    the victims of the catastrophic earthquake and ensuing tsunami in Japan. I am totally beside Japan people.I joint any thought concern the lives of japanese. Now we have to demonstrate solidarity with everything is happen in Japan.
    I've been in Japan and I met very nice and warm people. I am sure that this nation will reborn again after this strong shock. They are strong, they are intelligent, they are disciplined and organized, they are loving life, they are part of the earth's nations, they have a long and eventful history.

    Kind regards,

    Prof. Catalin Popescu, Romania

  12. The tragedy happened to Japanese People should make all humans on Earth to realise that we must live in faith and love, because every minute could be the last moment in our lives. The solidarity and warm responsibility of Japanese People during these days is not only a proof of high education, but it should be also an example to follow. Japanese People will resist and will be reborn as Phoenix Bird!

    Aida Bulucea,
    Ph.D., Assoc. Professor,
    University of Craiova, Faculty of Electromechanical and Environmental Engineering

  13. Eugene Prokopev14 March 2011 at 07:33

    Dear madam Rena Politi!
    With deep alarm, a pain and grief has learned about the misfortune which has comprehended Japan and its people. I express It the condolences also I divide their grief. Eugene Prokopev (Svetlov-Prokopev)

  14. We are shocked by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan

    P.S.What a nice initiative from WSEAS! I have been participating in WSEAS conference since 2006 and all my papers are now in ISI and ACM. I am too happy for that

  15. The Japanese people are bravely coping with one of the worst tragedies of our time. I sincerely offer my deepest condolences to those who have suffered human lossses, and hope to help in any way I can!
    Prof. Carlos Santos
    (Portuguese Catholic University, Faculty of Economics and Management)

  16. Professor Pinaki Mazumder14 March 2011 at 10:40


    I am pained to find out the unprecedented devastations in the eastern coasts of Japan's Honshu Island due to a series of strong earthquakes, followed by massive Tsunami waves, and meltdowns at two nuclear plants. I hope that your family members including your two daughters and wife are safe. I also hope that all those who I befriended when I visited NTT in 1997 are safe and well. I found your e-mail address at your university website and thought of expressing our (myself, Sadhana, Bhaskar and Monika) deepest sympathy at this moment of your country's biggest calamity. Thank you.

    Pinaki Mazumder

    Pinaki Mazumder
    4765 CSE Building
    Division of Computer Science and Engineering
    Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
    University of Michigan
    Ann Arbor, MI

  17. Prof. Noel Shammas14 March 2011 at 10:46

    May I also add my condolences to all the relatives of the victims of the earthquake in Japan.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with them all, especially our colleagues from the conferences.


    Prof. Noel Shammas

  18. Thank you all for your kind posts and support.

    Lots of people are still missing; quakes keep hitting here and there, day and night; not to mention the troubles in the nuclear power plant.

    However with hope and support of people from all around the world, we've been trying to put things back on the track again.

    Thanks a lot.

  19. Dr. habil. Heinz W. Kozur15 March 2011 at 00:37

    I feel very much with our Japanese colleagues. My warm condolences to the victims of the earthquake and their relatives. I just got an information from a radiolarian worker that the institution in Sendai was very much damaged, but fortunately, none of the colleagues was injured. I have difficulties with internet websites, but I can communicate through e-mail. What will be our work in the Scientific Committee ?
    Sincerely yours

    Heinz Kozur

    Dr. habil. Heinz W. Kozur
    Rézsü u. 83
    H-1029 Budapest

  20. Prof. Dr. T. Torchynska15 March 2011 at 00:43

    Yes, I would like to “warm condolences to the victims of the catastrophic earthquake and ensuing tsunami in Japan”

    Yes, I would like to be in scientific commttee.
    Prof. Dr. T. Torchynska

  21. Dear Prof. Mastorakis,

    Thank you for your message and all your appreciated support in these hard moments.
    We are fine and my family as well.

    The situation is bad many cities on the North East Pacific washed out by these big Tsunami, that was the 1st in its power ever.

    Hopefully things would move better in other places and cities around us.
    Our faith in God and you being with us is making things easy.

    H. Fujita

  22. Atsushi Ikai, Tokyo Institute of Technology15 March 2011 at 01:55

    Thank you for your warm words on the terrible disaster taking place in
    Japan. Earthquake, tsunami, explosions nuclear power plants, it is
    almost hard to believe that they are happening. I also thank for the
    help coming in from many countries. It helps us stand strong
    physically and mentally. Personally damages in our Tokyo-Yokohama area
    was minimal and luckily no casualties around this area.

    Thank you again and with best wishes,

    Atsushi Ikai, Tokyo Institute of Technology

  23. R. Caballero-Aguila15 March 2011 at 03:09

    My warmest condolences to the victims, wishing that Japanese people affected by the tragedy get the necessary courage and strength to reconstruct what was destroyed by the earthquake and tsunami.

  24. On behalf of the BISC Group, I should like to extend to you our deepest sympathy and condolences on the unimaginable damage and distress caused by the strongest earthquake in the history of Japan. One cannot but admire the fortitude and discipline of Japanese people in the aftermath of the quake. What is distressing is that explosions at the nuclear plant in Fukushima may pollute the environment for years to come. Let us hope that the worst is behind us. Our hearts are with you.


    Lotfi Zadeh
    Lotfi A. Zadeh
    Professor in the Graduate School
    Director, Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing (BISC)

    729 Soda Hall #1776
    Computer Science Division
    Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
    University of California
    Berkeley, CA 94720-1776
    Tel.(office): (510) 642-4959
    Fax (office): (510) 642-1712
    Tel.(home): (510) 526-2569
    Fax (home): (510) 526-2433

    BISC Homepage URLs

  25. Dear all,

    We Japanese should like to express our sincere gratitude for the great help given to the victims of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
    It encourages us very much.

    It was lately reported that this huge earthquake was M. 8.8, then updated as M.9.0, the biggest magnitude ever observed in Japan.

    Best regards,

    Etsuji Tomita
    Professor Emeritus,
    The University of Electro-Communications/
    The Research and Development Initiative, Chuo University,
    Tokyo, JAPAN

  26. This is anyone´s worst nightmare.
    My Condolences to all the victims.
    I wish all Japanese people strength with this tragedy.

    Erik Bout
    The Netherlands

  27. Before to start working I accessed the link of our blog for supporting Japanese People. I read the new comments, all are impressive, but I am so happy to see that Prof. Zadeh is once again in the same high spirits with you!!! I am so proud of all you are doing!

    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!

  28. At this hour of sudden death of many Japanese people in the tragedy of
    earthquake and aftermath tsunami, I want to share my heartfelt condolences
    with all of you and specially with our Japanese fellow in BISC.

    I lived and studied in Sendai, near the epicenter of the earthquake, for 3
    years. Sendai is well-known in Japan as The Green City, due to its
    extraordinary beautiful environment and scenery, both in coastal and
    mountain area together with the city itself. It is very sad to see how these
    beautiful area and those lovely Japanese people suffer such enormous pain.
    They've been through the roughest moments anybody could imagine. Our
    thoughts and prayers are with them. May God bless soul of those passed away
    in this tragedy.

    Alireza Fatehi

    Assistant Professor
    Advanced Process Automation & Control (APAC) research group
    Faculty of Electrical Eng.
    K. N. Toosi University of Technology
    Tel:+98-21-84062207 // Fax: +98-21-88462066

  29. Maria Zemankova16 March 2011 at 03:54

    I did not know how to best know all the dear people in Japan how much I can thinking about them…

    Any donation to the Red Cross I make seems to be ridiculously dwarfed by the enormity of this terrible situation.


  30. Ph.D. Gabriela Mogos17 March 2011 at 03:55

    Condolences to the victims of the catastrophic earthquake and ensuing tsunami in Japan. I am with you with my heart, my soul and my prayers.
    People, God bless you!

  31. Dear Kaoru and My Japanese Friends:

    I am deepli saddened to what has happened to my Japanese friends during the
    recent earthquake!!

    My sincere concern to all my Friends!!


  32. I pray for Japan every day! I love the japanese culture and the Japanese people are amazing and courageous. May god be with you in these difficult dyas.

  33. This tragedy and catastrophe is of a global proportion and I believe everyone feels the pain of the survivors; however, the real question is:

    Are we all willing to give up an hour of our energy consumption a day so that we all live in a life that there will be no more untimely death and injury to another human being?

    I like to think that we are!

    Reza Azari

    Hope for a better life!

  34. Ikhtiyar Abdullayev18 March 2011 at 05:42

    Dear Profgessors and Doctors, and all of peoples in Japan,

    I`m also join to the Dr.Lotfy with all my sympathy regarding the last happens in Japan.

    This happens make a deep influence to our mind.
    And I`m very grieve regarding earthquike. I wish to all of peoples of Japan the calm & non dangerous life in the future.

    With best regard,
    Ikhtiyar Abdullayev
    from Azerbaijan

  35. Veena from Genoa20 March 2011 at 20:55

    Hey Folks.. Its 4.22 AM in Genova, I saw some footage of Tsunami and I am moved again as no matter what you do, no matter where you are if death comes it comes and takes away everything :( I was just thinking what can we do about it, what will be the real help for them? Finding an easy and faster way to donate money, Spreading the awareness and encouraging friends to do something for the loss, creating a website to help people, praying for courage in suffering families and so on. What can we do? I think we must do something for Japanese as they are from the same place as we all come from and it is the mother Earth, we share one more thing in common that we are all Human. Do you want to stop there and just make it a hot topic of discussion or you really feel about it? If you feel about it as I feel it now, please give me your ideas and We friends can do at least something about it.

  36. I pray for All Japanese! I love the japanese people and there amazing courageous. May god be with them in these difficult dyas.

    With Kind Regards.
    Krishna Reddy.

  37. Terrible situation for Japanese people. Bosnians prayed dear God, Allah dz. for Japan. Earthquake, Tsunami and Radiation made bigger damage in Japan than wars and other natural disasters somewhere. Doctors from Bosnia and Hezegovina can give theirs times, knowledges and expiriences from past medical rescue actions in Pakistan, Turkey, USA... May be more than money, Japanese government needs help in Medical Rescue Teams and medical help to Japanese children, women, older people, injured people, sick infected people after earthquake, Tsunami and Radiation. The best wishes to Japanese people for recovering from this three unificated disasters.
    ADNAN BAJRAKTAREVIC MD Pediatrician Pharmacologist
    SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina

  38. guys!!! to show support to japan everyone should set this japanese tsunami support flag as their background for 1 day !!!

  39. Add my condolences to all the relatives of the victims of the earthquake in Japan.