Qatari Emir: Qatari reconstruction efforts to kick off in Gaza

[ PIC 01/09/2014 – 08:52 AM ]


GAZA,(PIC)– Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad confirmed Sunday during a phone conversation with deputy chief of Hamas political bureau Ismail Haneyya that his country has already started preparations for the reconstruction of Gaza.

He assured Haneyya that Qatar is simply undertaking its humanitarian responsibility towards Gaza which brought glory and honor to Arabs and Muslims.

For his part, Haneyya praised Qatar’s role in support of the Palestinian people and its regional and international efforts to end the Israeli aggression on Gaza.

Qatari Emir has earlier declared his country’s participation in the reconstruction of Gaza that witnessed the destruction of hundreds of civilian homes and buildings during the 51-day Israeli aggression.

Meanwhile, Egyptian authorities re-closed on Sunday Rafah border crossing shortly after the travel of 495 holders of foreign passports and residence permits.

According to an official source at Rafah’s Border Crossings Authority, eight buses carrying 495 passengers were allowed to pass through the crossing, while 43 others’ travel was prevented without clear justification.

On the other hand, around 381 people were allowed to have access into Gaza including the body of an elderly woman who died in an Egyptian hospital from injuries sustained during the Israeli aggression.

The source pointed out that no improvement has been reported in Rafah crossing mechanism since the ceasefire agreement between Israel and Palestinians under Egyptian mediation.

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