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Bangladesh sent relief to Gaza during Ramadan

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Trucks carrying relief goods will enter Gaza from Egypt’s North Sinai through the Rafah border crossing.

Bangladesh sent relief to Gaza during Ramadan | Trucks carrying relief goods will enter Gaza from Egypt's North Sinai through the Rafah border crossing.

Bangladesh has sent food and medical supplies to war-torn Gaza on the occasion of holy Ramadan. On Monday (March 11), Egypt’s famous Al Azhar University-based organization, Al Azhar Zakat and Charity House, confirmed to the media that it had sent 2,000 tons of relief goods in 100 trucks to Gaza.

Among these relief items, donations from 8 other countries including Bangladesh are the most. Other countries are – Indonesia, India, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, France, China, Canada and Germany. Abdel-Alim Kashta, the spokesman of Al-Azhar Zakat and Charity, confirmed this information to the Egyptian online media Arham Online.

He said that trucks carrying relief goods will enter Gaza from Egypt’s North Sinai through the Rafah border crossing.

Al-Azhar Zakat and Charity House said in a statement that this shipment is the fifth and the largest since the start of the war in the Gaza Strip on October 7.

Kashta said that 4,000 tons of food and medical supplies have been delivered through the shipments sent earlier.

As part of the ‘Save Gaza’ campaign, the relief fleet includes donations from people from 80 countries around the world, the statement said.

People wishing to donate through this campaign from anywhere in the world, including Egypt, are asked to visit the organization’s website.

Al-Azhar Zakat and Charity House said aid will continue until the war in Gaza ends and the reconstruction process in the Gaza Strip begins.

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