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Quds 5: Libya to provide Gaza's medical needs PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 23 January 2011 14:33

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Libyan Aid Convoy Tours Gaza PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 22 January 2011 15:57
The Governmental Committee for breaking the siege
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A Libyan aid convoy arrived in Gaza on Thursday, after Egyptian authorities granted it permission to dock.
Onboard were 17 Libyan activists  six of them are media figures, including the head of Libya's journalist union, Salema Ahmad Ash-Sha’ab.
The Government in Gaza welcomed the convoy, which they said would deliver medication to hospitals in the besieged enclave.
Convoy's member have toured some areas across the Gaza strip including Shifa hospital- Gaza's largest and main health center, where they met Gaza health officials and held a joint presser.
Iran Fully Ready to Break Gaza Siege PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 11 January 2011 11:16
The Governmental Committee for breaking the siege
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Following the delivery of Iran's humanitarian aid and relief to Gaza, Tehran declares its preparation to help bring an end to the siege of the impoverished coastal sliver.
“The Iranian nation and government are fully prepared to break [the Israeli] blockade on the Gaza Strip as they demonstrated a good presence in the humanitarian aid convoy recently dispatched to Gaza,” said Iran's Ambassador to Lebanon Ghazanfar Roknabadi in a meeting with the political leader of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine in Gaza, Saleh Zeidan, on Monday.

During the meeting, Roknabadi reiterated Iran's principal position in defending the people of Palestine, stressing on national unity among Palestinians and the continuation of resistance against the Israeli occupation.


libyan Aid Activists Arrive in El-arish PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 05 January 2011 20:03

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A Libyan convoy arrived Wednesday at Egypt's El-Arish airport carrying 80 tons of medical aid for the Gaza Strip, Egyptian security sources said.

Officials said a delegation of 27 Libyan activists joined the cargo. Egyptian authorities and the Red Crescent unloaded a plane-full of goods, transferring the goods onto trucks to be delivered to Gaza via the Rafah crossing.

On Tuesday, Egyptian officials transferred 10 truckloads of aid from the Asia 1 convoy into the coastal enclave through the same crossing.


The Governmental Committee for breaking the siege PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 05 January 2011 00:01

The Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh on Tuesday has welcomed the Asia 1 convoy to Gaza.

The aid convoy, backed by nations in Southeast Asia, drove from India to Syria and sailed for Egypt bringing hundreds of tons of food and medical aid to the besieged Gaza.

Haniyeh said the convoy was unique because more than a hundred activists traveled with the aid, noting that this brought greater attention to the siege-breaking event.

The group was also special as it had the youngest Palestinian activist on board, a baby less than a year old, Haniyeh added.

Finally Asia's Gaza Aid Convoy Inters Gaza PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 03 January 2011 07:30
The Governmental Committee for breaking the siege
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Asia's first humanitarian aid convoy bound for the besieged Gaza Strip has finally entered Gaza yesterday mid night through  Rafah border crossing.

The Egyptian authorities has opened the Rafah crossing yesterday evening to allow for 112 members of the "Asia 1" convoy  -who arrived in El-Arish air port Sunday afternoon- to let them enter Gaza. While the rest of the convoy's member will follow them today with aid after the completion of  the ship discharged.

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