24 Saudi humanitarian aid trucks depart Egypt for Gaza

By ALEX SORIN
August 9, 2009 11:39

 
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24 Saudi aid trucks departed Egypt for Gaza on Sunday morning, to assist the Palestinians in the spirit of the upcoming Muslim month of Ramadan, Arabic newspaper Dar Al Hayat reported. The convoy was carrying 352 tons of food and medical aid to Gaza. The humanitarian convoy was coordinated with the Egyptian government to assist the citizens of Gaza.

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