Terms and Conditions

Privacy Policy

I AM YOUR PROTECTOR, INC. (“Company”) respects and is committed to protecting your privacy. That is why we have adopted this Privacy Policy. This Privacy Policy provides an overview of what information we may collect from you, and how we may use it. We pledge that we will take reasonable steps to ensure that your personal information will only be used in ways that are in compliance with this Privacy Policy.

This Privacy Policy is only in effect for any collective non user-specific information and personal information collected on or through the website of Company, and its affiliates, as well as any online features, services and/or programs offered by Company (collectively, the “Website”).

Information Collected

Company may collect three types of information when you use the Website: contact information, usage information, and credit card information.

1. Contact Information

In order to be able to participate in certain features, services and/or programs of the Website, we may require that you provide us with certain specific information, such as your full name, mailing address, telephone number, e-mail address and/or other information specific to you. You can choose whether or not to provide us with this information, but if you choose not to provide any required information, your experience with the Website may be diminished, and some features of the Website may not be available or may not work as intended.

2. Usage Information

Company may obtain non-individualized, generic information about you when you use the Website. This may include your IP address, Unique Device Identifier (“UDI”) and arrival time. The UDI reveals nothing personal about the user other than the UDI from which the user has accessed the Website. We may use this information to examine our traffic in the aggregate, but we do not collect and evaluate this information for individuals.

Company may use “cookies” to keep track of your use of the Website. A cookie is a small piece of data that your browser stores on your computer’s hard drive and uses to collect information, such as identifying those features of the Website that you have used in the past in order to enhance your next use of the Website.

The Website may also contain electronic images known as Web Beacons (sometimes referred to as “clear gifs”). Web Beacons collect only limited information that includes a cookie number, time and date of a page view, and a description of the page on which the Web Beacon resides. These Web Beacons do not carry any personally identifiable information and are only used to track usage of the Website and activities associated with the Website.

3. Credit Card Information

If you want to make any donations, including, but not limited to, donating to become a “Protector”, through the Website, we will require that you provide us with credit card information and related information. If you choose not to provide the required credit card information, you will not be able to make a donation through the Website.

Use of Information

Information collected by Company is used for four main purposes. First, we collect information to improve the Website by determining which of our areas, features and forums are most popular. Second, we may collect information to personalize the experience of the users of the Website. Third, we may collect information to enable our users to participate in features, services, programs and/or other activities from time to time. Finally, we collect information (such as credit card information) to enable our users to make donations, including, but not limited to, donating to become a “Protector”, through the Website.

When Information Is Disclosed

In addition to the other times or occasions on which we might disclose information about users of the Website, we might also disclose information when required by law or in the good-faith belief that such disclosure is necessary to: (a) comply with a legal process; (b) enforce this Privacy Policy; (c) respond to claims that any materials, documents, images, graphics, logos, designs, audio, video and any other information provided from or on the Website violate the rights of third parties; and/or (d) protect the rights, property or personal safety of Company, users of the Website or the public.

We use reasonable precautions to keep the information that is disclosed to us secure. We may provide your information to our subsidiaries, affiliated companies, clients, and other businesses or persons for the purposes of processing such information on our behalf, some or all of which may store some or all of your information on servers outside of the United States. We require that these parties agree to process such information in compliance with our Privacy Policy or in a similar, industry-standard manner, and we use reasonable efforts to limit their use of such information and to use other appropriate confidentiality and security measures. The use of your information by one of these parties may be subject to that party’s own Privacy Policy.

We may share non-personally identifiable information (such as anonymous user usage data, referring/exit pages and URLs, platform types, number of clicks, etc.) with third parties to demonstrate the usage patterns for content, functionality, promotions, and/or services on the Website and/or on third party websites.

We also reserve the right to disclose your information in connection with the enforcement of our Terms and Conditions, to take precautions against liability, to investigate and defend against any third-party claims or allegations, to assist government enforcement agencies, to protect the security or integrity of the Website, and to protect our rights, property, or personal safety and that of our users or others.

We reserve the right to transfer your information in connection with the sale or other disposition of all or part of our business and/or assets. We also cannot make any representations regarding the use or transfer of your information that we may have in the event of our bankruptcy, reorganization, insolvency, receivership or an assignment for the benefit of creditors, and you expressly agree and consent to the use and/or transfer of your information in connection with a sale or transfer of some or all of our assets in any of the above described situations. Furthermore, we cannot and will not be responsible for any breach of security by any third parties or for any actions of any third parties that receive any of the information that is disclosed to us.

The Website may also link to other websites. We are not and cannot be responsible for the privacy policies of those websites of third parties or for how they treat information (including, but not limited, to personally identifiable information) about their users.

Value Added Benefits

We may request that you provide us with the personal information identified in the “Information Collected” Section of this Privacy Policy for the purposes identified in the “Use of Information” Section. Whenever we request personal information from a user of the Website, we will make an effort to indicate the purpose of the inquiry at the time the information is requested. Users have the option of not participating in these value-added benefits by following the procedure for withholding your personal information that is set forth at the end of this Privacy Policy.

Whenever we collect personal information about you, we will make an effort to include a link to this Privacy Policy on that page.

User Security

The Website is designed to protect the privacy of your credit card information, name, address, e-mail and any other information you provide to us. Company is committed to data security with respect to information collected on our Website. It is our practice to contact users if a problem should arise with your donation or if we need to send you a communication regarding your donation.

Information Collected From Children

The Website is not intended or designed to attract children under the age of thirteen (13). We do not collect personally identifiable data from any person that we know to be under the age of thirteen (13). If we learn that a user under the age of thirteen (13) is publicly posting or sharing personally identifiable information in or through the Website, then we will use commercially reasonable measures to block that user from using the Website.

Parents should be aware that Company’s Privacy Policy will govern our use of personal data, but also that information that is voluntarily given by children — or others — in chat sessions, e-mail exchanges, bulletin boards or the like may be used by other parties to generate unsolicited communications. Company encourages all parents to instruct their children in the safe and responsible use of their personal data while using the internet.

European Union Users

Because the Website can be accessed around the world, the information that we collect may be made available to our affiliates, subsidiaries and clients worldwide. For those users visiting us from the European Union, please note that Company may transfer your personally identifiable data outside the European Union for use for any of the purposes described above. By using the Website and providing Company with your personal data, you consent to such transfer of your personal data.

Privacy Outside the Website

The Website may contain links to various websites. Company is not and cannot be responsible for the privacy practices or the content of any of those websites. Except for third party service providers whose services you voluntarily elect to utilize, we do not share any of the personal information that you provide to us with any of the websites to which the Website links, although we may share aggregate, non-personally identifiable data with those other websites. Please check with those websites in order to determine their privacy policies and your rights under them.

Terms and Conditions

Your use of the Website will also be governed by Company’s Terms and Conditions at www.iamyourprotector.org/terms-and-conditions. [INCLUDE LINK]

Governing Law

This Privacy Policy will be governed by the laws of the State of New York, without giving effect to any principles of conflicts of laws. By using or accessing the Website, you agree that any action at law or in equity arising out of or relating to your use of the Website or this Privacy Policy will be filed only in the state or federal courts sitting in New York, New York, and you hereby consent and submit to the personal jurisdiction of such courts for the purpose of litigating any such action.

Your Consent To This Privacy Policy

By using the Website, you consent to the collection and use of information by us as specified above or as we otherwise see fit unless you inform us otherwise by means of the procedure identified below. If we decide to change this Privacy Policy, we will make an effort to post those changes on this page so that you will always be able to understand what information we collect, how we use that information and under what circumstances we may disclose that information to others. We may use comments, information or feedback that you may submit in any manner that we may choose without notice or compensation to you.

If you have additional questions or comments of any kind, if you see anything on the Website that you think is inappropriate or if you would like to have any or all of your personal information withheld from third party organizations and companies and/or from third party service providers, please let us know by e-mailing us at info@iamyourprotector.org or by sending your comments or requests to:


Yorkville Station

P.O. Box 286653

New York, NY 10128

Attn: Customer Care — Website Issues


Copyright © 2015 I Am Your Protector, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

EFFECTIVE AS OF: October 13, 2015

LAST UPDATED: October 13, 2015


Syrian refugee jumps in a river to save a dutch man drowning

“I saw a Dutch guy, about 55, 60 years old, drowning in the water” Mohsen said,
About 20 people had gathered on the bridge. Most of them were videotaping the floundering man with their mobile phones. But nobody was doing anything. Mohsen took off his hat and jacket. A Dutch bystander grabbed him by the shoulder. “Don’t jump in,” he said. “He’ll pull you under and you’ll both drown.” Mohsen jumped, when he reached the drowning man, he grabbed his hand and squeezed it to see if he was still alive. “You’re OK,” he kept saying to the man. “You’re OK.” “He was really heavy,” said Mohsen, “but God gave me strength.” After about five minutes, two police boats roared up. First they picked up Mohsen and the man he’d just saved.

Syrian refugees rescue women from sexual assault

A group of Syrian men rescued Caitlin Duncan from New Year’s Eve sexual assault in Cologne.
They formed a protective cordon around Duncan, a young American women, to help her through the crowd, offered to phone her boyfriend and searched for him with her when she could not remember his number.
Among the group was Hesham Ahmad Mohammad, a 32-year-old primary school teacher who fled Aleppo and was celebrating New Year’s Eve in Cologne with other Syrian friends who have recently arrived in Germany. Hesham and Caitlin became friends.

Syrian refugees become SES volunteers within weeks of arriving in Australia

Johnny and Carol Bilouna a Syrian refugee couple became SES volunteers within a month of arriving in Australia.
The couple joined the State Emergency Service (SES) within a month of arriving in Australia, and have since undergone training in land searches, floods and bushfires. They have helped to fix three storm damaged roofs for people who have what they now do not – a home of their own.
Mrs Bilouna said the volunteer work was a way of meeting people and giving something back.
“It’s a way of saying thank you to the government maybe,” she said.

Undocumented Senegalese man save a women

Omar Diop, a young undocumented Senegalese man saved a women who fell on the train racks in Donaratico in Italy.

Jews giving food to Muslims for Iftar in Morocco

“A group of Jewish teens and a rabbi joined forces on Sunday in a number of Moroccan cities to supply 1,500 underprivileged Muslim families with food staples for the daily meal that marks the end of each daily fast during Ramadan.

The food packages were a three-way partnership organized by the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, founded and directed by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein; Chabad-Lubavitch of Morocco; and the Mimouna Association, an organization of Moroccan Muslim students who work to preserve and promote the unique heritage of Morocco’s ancient Jewish community”

Syrian refugees in Canada help Fort McMurray fire evacuees

Syrian refugees in Calgary step up to help Fort McMurray fire evacuees, when Rita Khanchet saw images of a vicious wildfire destroying homes and uprooting tens of thousands of people in Fort McMurray, she immediately thought of Syria, the homeland she fled just five months ago with her husband and young son.
“It’s not easy to lose everything. We can understand them more than anyone in Canada. We were in the same situation,” said Khanchet, who lives in Calgary.
“Me and my family wanted to do something for these people. Canadian society helped us when we came to Canada.”
Syrian refugees across Calgary are now giving what little they have to northern Albertans, after Khanchet posted an appeal in Arabic on a private Facebook group the newcomers created and frequent.
“Canadians gave us everything. And now it’s time to return the favour,” A fellow Syrian refugee translated and shared Khanchet’s post with a wider community on the Syrian Refugee Support Group page, and within hours offers of help came in from new Canadians determined to give back to their new home.
“All the Syrians are saying, ‘I’m ready to give, I’m ready to give,’ ” said Saima Jamal, a co-founder of the Syrian Refugee Support Group.
“It’s amazing. You have to understand how little these guys have . . . But they understand the idea of an entire city losing their home. That’s something they can easily relate to. They went through that.”

Mexican undocumented immigrant rescues boy after car accident

Jesus Manuel Cordova, 26 years old Mexican young man, entering the U.S. rescued a 9-year-old boy looking for help after his mother crashed their van in the southern Arizona desert, he stayed with him until help arrived the next day. As temperatures dropped, he gave him a jacket, built a bonfire and stayed with him until about 8 a.m. Friday, when hunters passed by and called authorities.

Young Romas volunteer in France

Young Romas volunteer in France to feed the hungry and help the poor.
For six month the program « Melting potes » pairs young Romas with french to contribute to communities in difficulties together and through that also promoting integration and learning of french.

Michigan Muslims deliver 110,000 bottles of water to Flint residents

Several Muslim-American non-profit and relief organizations joined forces to deliver 110,000 bottles of water to Flint residents last week. Volunteers distributed water as well as helped at a local food bank.
“As Muslims it is our religious and civic responsibility to help our neighbors,” Amina Iqbal, director of operations of the non-profit social justice organization Michigan Muslim Community Council (MMCC), told NBC News. “The Flint community needs us, and MMCC in conjunction with our various partners are helping by providing them with clean drinking water, filters, educational material related to the hazardous water, offering free lead testing, and raising money to assist the Flint communities.”
According to a statement from the MMCC, providing water is one of the Muslim faith’s highest forms of charity.

Dr. Aziza Askari, representative for the Michigan chapter of the Who is Hussain?, said, “We saw what needed to be done and we decided to do it. We reached out to schools, neighbors, friends, mosques, anyone and everyone to help us by donating a case of water, or money towards a case.”