17 Aid Trucks Enter Gaza from Egypt

Trucks bringing supplies passed from Egypt into war-torn Gaza for the second day in a row, as Israel increased its assaults on the Palestinian territory in the war launched by Hamas’s murderous onslaught.


According to an AFP correspondent, seventeen aid trucks entered the Gaza Strip from Egypt on Sunday to deliver assistance to the Palestinian region, which has been attacked and surrounded by Israel since the beginning of the conflict with Hamas.


After the first convoy of 20 trucks went through on Saturday, the UN estimated that the cargo was only equal to 4% of Gaza’s daily imports before to the commencement of the conflict. They also indicated that at least 100 trucks per day would be required to provide basic supplies to the 2.4 million Gazans, half of whom are youngsters.

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