Aid arrives in Gaza’s northern city of Jabalia for 1st time in months

Aid arrives in Gaza’s northern city of Jabalia for 1st time in months


The first aid delivery in about four months reached Gaza’s northern city of Jabalia, local sources said early Monday, CE Report quotes Anadolu Agency

The Israeli army allowed nine trucks carrying humanitarian aid to enter the northern Gaza Strip including Jabalia, Beit Hanoun and Beit Lahiya, sources told Anadolu.

The aid, which consisted of flour, rice, canned food and sugar, arrived at the Jabalia refugee camp under the auspices of the security services of the Gaza government in cooperation with Palestinian tribes.

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