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Home Top News First aid trucks enter Gaza Strip as supplies begin from Egypt’s Rafah crossing

First aid trucks enter Gaza Strip as supplies begin from Egypt’s Rafah crossing

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On Day 15 of the Israel-Hamas war, twenty trucks from the Egyptian Red Crescent—responsible for delivering aid from various UN agencies—crossed the Rafah crossing after reaching the Egyptian terminal.

Hamas’ media office said in a statement on Saturday that the trucks “carry medicine, medical supplies, and a limited amount of food supplies [canned goods].”

Palestinians in the West Bank say the aid delivery is a “PR stunt” on the part of the international community to show it cares about civilians in Gaza, but that the quantities are not nearly enough to respond to the needs on the ground.

The supplies include trauma medicines and supplies for 1200 people and portable trauma bags for on-the-spot stabilization of up to 235 injured people. They also include chronic diseases medicines and treatments for 1500 people and basic essential medicines and health supplies for 300,000 people for three months.


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