Saudi Arabia's KSrelief Sends Two Relief Ships for People in Need in Palestine, Sudan

KSrelief sent on Monday two relief ships from Jeddah Islamic Port for the Palestinian and Sudanese people. (SPA)
KSrelief sent on Monday two relief ships from Jeddah Islamic Port for the Palestinian and Sudanese people. (SPA)
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Saudi Arabia's KSrelief Sends Two Relief Ships for People in Need in Palestine, Sudan

KSrelief sent on Monday two relief ships from Jeddah Islamic Port for the Palestinian and Sudanese people. (SPA)
KSrelief sent on Monday two relief ships from Jeddah Islamic Port for the Palestinian and Sudanese people. (SPA)

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) sent on Monday two relief ships from Jeddah Islamic Port for the Palestinian and Sudanese people.

The eighth relief ship for Palestinians carries food baskets, shelter materials, generators and heavy equipment such as bulldozers, water tankers and forklifts, and will head to El-Arish Port in Egypt.

So far, eight ships and 50 planes have delivered over 6,500 tons of aid to Palestinians in Gaza Strip.

The 31st relief ship for the Sudanese people carries food, shelter and medical supplies, and will head to the port of Suakin.

Thirty-one ships and 13 planes have so far delivered over 14 tons of aid to the Sudanese people.

In a statement, KSrelief Supervisor General Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah lauded the generous support provided by the Saudi leadership to humanitarian work around the world.

Saudi Arabia has always extended support to the Palestinian and Sudanese people, and to various other countries and peoples, in an effort to alleviate the suffering of the most vulnerable groups wherever they are, he stressed.

The assistance is in keeping with Saudi Arabia's historic role in supporting people in need in times of crisis, he added.



Muslim World League Welcomes Armenia's Recognition of State of Palestine

Muslim World League Welcomes Armenia's Recognition of State of Palestine
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Muslim World League Welcomes Armenia's Recognition of State of Palestine

Muslim World League Welcomes Armenia's Recognition of State of Palestine

The Muslim World League (MWL) welcomed Armenia’s decision to recognize the State of Palestine, reported the Saudi Press Agency on Saturday.

In a statement, MWL Secretary General Dr. Mohammed Al-Issa emphasized that this decision, along with similar ones, “clearly reflects a growing global recognition of the injustices faced by the Palestinian people and their fundamental right to self-determination and an independent state.”

He commended “the responsible and noble stance of all the countries that have taken this important and just step, urging all countries of the world to follow suit in support of the human and legal rights of the Palestinian people.”