Humanitarian aid re-enters Gaza through the Rafah crossing after the end of the truce

Trucks loaded with humanitarian aid and tankers with fuel entered the Gaza Strip this Saturday through the Rafah land crossingbetween Egypt and the Palestinian enclave, after its crossing was paralyzed for more than 24 hours due to the resumption of fighting between Israel and the Islamist group Hamas, Egyptian sources were informed.

A total of “fifty trucks with food, medicine, water and medical suppliesand two tankers with fuel”, they crossed the pass after having been waiting on the Egyptian side during Friday and this morning “without mobility”, sources from the Red Crescent and the pass, the only uncontrolled exit from Gaza, have explained. for Israel.

They also confirmed the crossing to the Egyptian side of Rafahin northern Sinai, of dozens of Palestinians with foreign passports and several injured Palestinians who were taken to Egyptian hospitals for treatment.

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