Resumption of aid trucks to Gaza through Rafah Border Crossing

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AMMAN – The entry of humanitarian aid trucks into the Gaza Strip resumed on Saturday after a temporary halt following the end of the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, marking the resumption of military operations.اضافة اعلان

A convoy of aid trucks entered Gaza through the Rafah crossing, subject to routine inspections at the Al-Ouja crossing between Egypt and Israel before being transported to the strip, Ammon News reported.

Egyptian media reported that,"dozens of aid trucks pass from Rafah Crossing to Gaza," and highlighted the arrival of 14 injured individuals from Gaza at the Rafah Crossing for treatment in Egypt.

The channel also noted the entry of an Emirati field hospital into Gaza.

Gaza has been under Israeli bombardment since October 7, accompanied by a ground offensive which started on October 27, following Hamas's unprecedented attack on Israel, resulting in 1200 casualties and the abduction of 240 hostages.

The ceasefire, declared last week, facilitated the release of hostages held by Hamas and other factions in exchange for the release of Palestinians from Israeli prisons. Additionally, it expedited the delivery of essential humanitarian aid to the 2.4 million residents of Gaza.

The ceasefire, in effect for seven days, concluded on Friday. The Gaza government reported at least 240 casualties since its end.

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