Indonesian Aid Reaches Gaza Amid Challenges in Distribution

Indonesian Aid Reaches Gaza Amid Challenges in Distribution
Indonesian Aid Reaches Gaza Amid Challenges in Distribution
Indonesian Aid Reaches Gaza Amid Challenges in Distribution
Indonesian Aid Reaches Gaza Amid Challenges in Distribution

Indonesian Aid Reaches Gaza Amid Challenges in Distribution

Indonesian Aid Reaches Gaza Amid Challenges in Distribution/MER-C

Indonesian Aid Reaches Gaza Amid Challenges in Distribution

Trucks from the Indonesian charity MER-C successfully entered the Gaza Strip, delivering humanitarian aid, including wheat flour and food packages, as reported by Indonesian volunteers on the ground.

Fikri Rofiul Haq and Reza Aldilla Kurniawan received and distributed supplies in Khan Younis, the focal point of Israel’s military offensive in Gaza.

Despite facing intense Israeli bombardments, three deliveries, including 1,500 sacks of wheat flour, have reached the region since Monday.

While flour stocks reached several refugee camps, challenges arose in distributing food packages due to the severity of Israeli attacks.

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The volunteers stressed the urgent need for additional aid, including tents and warm clothing.

Haq highlighted the difficulties of transporting aid through Egypt to Gaza, citing lengthy processes and obstacles related to meeting Israeli government requirements.

He also noted that many aid items suffered damage during Israeli inspections.

Refrences/Al Jazeera

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