Restarting the electricity supply at Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital after a partial supply of fuel

Gaza: The administration of Shuhada Al-Aqsa Hospital in the Central Governorate announced that the electricity supply within the hospital had been restarted after a partial supply of fuel sufficient for only three days. 15,000 liters of fuel were supp…


Gaza: The administration of Shuhada Al-Aqsa Hospital in the Central Governorate announced that the electricity supply within the hospital had been restarted after a partial supply of fuel sufficient for only three days. 15,000 liters of fuel were supplied on Friday morning, and the hospital returned to work.

The hospital administration confirmed that it needs 4,000 to 5,000 liters of fuel per day to ensure continuity of work.

She added: “Over the past few hours, the hospital has gone through a real crisis during which it almost lost many patients and wounded due to the power outage resulting from the failure to supply fuel to the hospital’s electric generator, which has always warned us against falling into this stifling health crisis.”

I thanked all the parties that I contacted after announcing our fear that the hospital would stop working. We thank them for their keenness and response to the humanitarian appeal that we launched in this context, led by the World Health Organization and the International R
ed Cross, who contacted us to address this crisis and remedy it as quickly as possible.

She explained that the hospital is in constant need of maintaining the generators on which it relies to operate electricity, and we hope that the relevant organizations will adopt this important requirement, noting that it needs a stock of fuel in order to ensure the continuity of work and not to fall into new crises.

It held the Israeli occupation fully responsible for the crime of targeting the health sector, and creating a health and humanitarian crisis by destroying and putting hospitals out of work, and we call on the international community and all countries of the world to put pressure on the occupation to stop the war and stop targeting the health sector

Source: Maan News Agency

US Agency for International Development: About 900,000 people were forcibly displaced from Rafah

Gaza: The US Agency for International Development said, “About 900,000 people were forcibly displaced from the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, as a result of the ongoing Israeli military operation.”

She explained, in a brief statement issued …


Gaza: The US Agency for International Development said, “About 900,000 people were forcibly displaced from the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, as a result of the ongoing Israeli military operation.”

She explained, in a brief statement issued today, Friday, that the displaced people headed to areas hosting large numbers and suffering from a lack of services.

On the sixth of this month, the occupation forces began a military operation in the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, and asked citizens and those displaced to the eastern areas of the city (Al-Shuka, Al-Salam neighborhoods, Al-Jeneina, and Tabba Zaraa) to go to the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, and then their military operation expanded to affect other areas of the Strip. The city, with intense artillery and missile bombardment continuing, by land, air and sea.

On the 5th of May, the occupation forces completely closed the Kerem Shalom crossing, southeast of the city of Rafah, and prevented the entry of humanitarian and med
ical aid. On the 7th of the same month, the occupation forces occupied the Palestinian side of the Rafah border crossing, and stopped the flow of aid into the Gaza Strip. Both crossings are still closed to this day.

Since the beginning of the aggression on the Gaza Strip, the city of Rafah has witnessed a large displacement movement of citizens from various cities in the Strip, with the number of citizens there reaching about 1.5 million. With the start of the military operation in Rafah, 600,000 of them were forced to flee again to other areas

Source: Maan News Agency

Cuban President Bids Farewell to Qatar’s Ambassador

HE President of the Republic of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, and his wife, met with HE Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the Republic of Cuba Jamal Nasser Sultan Al Bader at the Presidential Palace on the occasion of the end of his tenure.

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HE President of the Republic of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, and his wife, met with HE Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the Republic of Cuba Jamal Nasser Sultan Al Bader at the Presidential Palace on the occasion of the end of his tenure.

The meeting was attended by HE Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, alongside several of high-ranking officials in Cuba.

Source: Qatar News Agency

SECURITY UPDATE: ENEMY FORCES BOMBARD SOUTHERN LEBANESE VILLAGES AMIDST HEIGHTENED AERIAL ACTIVITY

Israeli enemy forces heavily shelled the outskirts of the southern Lebanese towns of Alma al-Shaab and Ramyeh on Thursday night.

After midnight, military aircraft flew over the villages of Tyre and Bint Jbeil districts. Reconnaissance planes also co…


Israeli enemy forces heavily shelled the outskirts of the southern Lebanese towns of Alma al-Shaab and Ramyeh on Thursday night.

After midnight, military aircraft flew over the villages of Tyre and Bint Jbeil districts. Reconnaissance planes also conducted surveillance throughout the night and into early Friday morning over the western and central sectors, deploying illumination flares over border villages adjacent to the Blue Line.

National news agency – Lebanon

UNICEF: The lives of 20 newborns in Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital are threatened due to the lack of fuel

Gaza: The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said that oxygen will stop as fuel continues to be prevented from reaching Shuhada Al-Aqsa Hospital in Gaza, threatening the lives of more than 20 newborns.

She pointed out that fuel supplies are stil…


Gaza: The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said that oxygen will stop as fuel continues to be prevented from reaching Shuhada Al-Aqsa Hospital in Gaza, threatening the lives of more than 20 newborns.

She pointed out that fuel supplies are still very low and the Gaza Strip needs safe corridors for humanitarian workers to arrive

Source: Maan News Agency

The Minister of Interior inspects Jenin Governorate

On Thursday, the Minister of the Interior, Major General Ziad Hab Al-Rih, visited the Jenin Governorate and met with Governor Kamal Abu Al-Rub in the presence of the district commander, directors of the security services in the governorate, the secre…


On Thursday, the Minister of the Interior, Major General Ziad Hab Al-Rih, visited the Jenin Governorate and met with Governor Kamal Abu Al-Rub in the presence of the district commander, directors of the security services in the governorate, the secretary of the Fatah region, members of the crisis cell in the governorate, and members of the Chamber of Commerce, in order to find out the massive destruction caused by the occupation. In the governorate.

Major General Hab Al-Rih, on behalf of President Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinian leadership, saluted the steadfastness of the people of Jenin Governorate, stressing that His Excellency’s instructions were clear on the necessity of providing all capabilities for reconstruction.

Major General Hab Al-Rih praised the efforts of the civil defense crews who seek to provide the best services to citizens despite all the obstacles and difficulties. The Director General of Civil Defense, based on the instructions of Major General Hab Al-Rih, supervised the work of the
field crews who carried out multiple tasks to protect against the effects of destruction during the storming

Source: Maan News Agency