By air, sea and land Great Arab support for Turkey with an unprecedented month of relief By air, sea and land Great Arab support for Turkey with an unprecedented month of relief

By air, sea and land Great Arab support for Turkey with an unprecedented month of relief

By air, sea and land Great Arab support for Turkey with an unprecedented month of relief Arab support for Turkey and Syria has not stopped since the devastating earthquake occurred on February 6, by air, sea and land, and over the course of about a month of unprecedented relief aid globally.  Arab support varied in an unprecedented manner, most notably the operation of air bridges, sea ships with aid, and land convoys, as well as field hospitals.  Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and his Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Shoukry, participate in the reception of an Egyptian aid ship in the southern state of Mersin #Turkey for those affected by earthquakes pic.twitter.com/fXIwHXWJJF  — TRT Arabic (@TRTArabi) February 27, According to the initial outcome, the most prominent forms of Arab support for Turkey and Syria since the devastating earthquake over a period of about a month were as follows:  First: by air  UAE: 198 cargo aircraft  ​​​​​​​Iraq: more than 50 flights  Qatar: 50 flights  Saudi Arabia: 14 flights  Kuwait: 13 flights  Jordan: 12 flights  Egypt: 7 flights  Libya: 5 flights  Sudan: two trips  Mauritania: Journey  Bahrain: an air bridge without specifying flights  Sultanate of Oman: non-specified air bridge  Algeria: an air bridge without specifying flights  Tunisia: an air bridge without specifying flights  Second: by sea  Egypt: 3 ships  Libya: Ship  UAE: It intends to operate ships according to priorities with a second phase of support  #watch | An Egyptian military ship anchored at the international port of Mersin, in southern #Turkey, carrying 650 tons of humanitarian aid sent to earthquake victims #TurkiyeQuakes #TurkiyeQuakes pic.twitter.com/c9JCgvdpBl  — TRT Arabic (@TRTArabi) February 22, Third: by land  Jordan: more than 42 trucks and land convoys  Kuwait: 23 trucks  Iraq: 56 popular aid trucks  Saudi Arabia: Unspecified official aid trucks  Lebanon: Unspecified popular aid trucks  Fourth: financial aid  UAE: $150 million  Qatar: $70 million  Libya: pledged $50 million  Kuwait: 30 million dollars  Algeria: 30 million dollars  Somalia: $5 million  Fifth: In-kind aid  Qatar: Announcing the establishment of 3 field hospitals, shipping 1,656 mobile homes to Turkey out of 10,000, a rescue team, and food, medical and shelter aid.  UAE: Establishing two field hospitals, food, medical and shelter aid  Saudi Arabia: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid  Kuwait: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid  Sultanate of Oman: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid  Yemen: Activist Tawakul Karman plans to build 50 housing units.  Libya: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid  Lebanon: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid  Algeria: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid  Tunisia: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid  Palestine: rescue team and shelter aid  Sudan: rescue team and relief aid.   Sixth: Military aid  Qatar: a field hospital, and the transfer of aid through its Emiri Air Force from Jordan and Germany  Egypt: 7 aircraft and 3 ships  Jordan: a field hospital  Sudan: A relief plane.  A double earthquake hit southern Turkey on February 6, killing tens of thousands in Turkey and Syria, and causing huge material losses.    126.4 million dollars Saudi public donations to those affected by the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria The number of participants in the popular donation campaign in Saudi Arabia for earthquake relief in Syria and Turkey exceeded two million, with an initial proceeds of approximately $126.4 million.  The number of participants in a popular donation campaign in Saudi Arabia for the relief of Syria and Turkey has risen to more than two million people, with an initial proceeds of 474.7 million riyals (about $126.4 million).  This came, according to Anadolu Agency's monitoring of the data of the Saudi (governmental) "Sahem" platform, which is responsible for the "popular campaign for relief of earthquake victims in Syria and Turkey," launched by the King Salman Relief Center (governmental), on February 8 elapsed.  The outcome of the initial posts comes nearly a month after the launch of the popular donation campaign, which King Salman bin Abdulaziz and his Crown Prince, Prince Muhammad bin Salman, directed to launch at the time.  As of 10:47 (GMT) on Monday, two million and 30 thousand and 561 donors participated in the campaign, according to the platform's data, while the proceeds of donations amounted to 474 million, 768 thousand and 578 riyals (about 126.4 million dollars).  The frequent update of the campaign platform since its inception shows a remarkable interaction in the number of participants and the value of donations.  On February 6, two successive earthquakes struck southern Turkey and northern Syria, the first measuring 7.7 degrees and the second 7.6 degrees, followed by thousands of violent aftershocks, which left great losses in lives and property in both countries.      A month after the earthquake, the tombstones tell the story of those who lie beneath them In the early days of the earthquake disaster that struck the south of the country, the Turkish authorities had to deal quickly with burials due to the large number of deaths. A month after the earthquake passed, the tombstones of the victims remained, telling the symbolism of things, the story of those who lie beneath them.  In the Chamkapi cemetery in the state of Kahramanmaraş in southern Turkey, each tombstone bears the title of an unfinished story, and some of them carry remnants of the clothes of the deceased, waiting to be identified by their relatives.  Those in charge of the burial process in the Chamkapi cemetery, as they confirmed to Anadolu Agency, were keen to leave things from the clothes of the deceased, whose identities were not recognized, on the tombstones in the early days of the earthquake.  In order for the families of the deceased and their relatives to identify them later, or for the forensic teams to be able to determine their identities, those in charge of the burial put signs indicating the deceased, especially in light of the large number of deaths in the early days.  As for the Arabs who perished in the earthquake, those in charge put names in Arabic on the tombstones of Syrians who sought refuge in Turkey to escape the war and died in the earthquake, to be buried there along with their hopes and dreams.  The tombstones tell the stories of families who died as a result of the earthquake, when we see several graves side by side bearing the same surname.  As for the graves that have embroideries and white ribbons, they are of girls in the prime of their youth.  Some tombstones bear football club shirts to indicate the team the deceased was supporting and his attachment to it.  Some families also made sure to tie the headscarf (veil) on the tombstones of their female relatives, and other families covered the graves of their relatives with their prayer rugs.  As for the graves of children, they are accompanied by their toys, books, and pieces of sweets that they were attached to during their lives, while other graves are now shaded by olive branches and flowers.  The red color of the Turkish flag remains the most widespread on the graves of the earthquake victims, reflecting the deceased's love for his homeland.  A month after the disaster, Turks and Syrians continue to visit the graves of their loved ones.  The imams dispatched from the Turkish Presidency of Religious Affairs recited verses from the Holy Qur’an and prayed for the deceased, accompanied by their relatives.  On February 6, a double earthquake struck southern Turkey and northern Syria, the first measuring 7.7 degrees, and the second 7.6 degrees, followed by thousands of violent aftershocks, which caused huge losses of lives and property in the two countries.     The Israeli president warns of a historic crisis that threatens to destroy Israel from within Israeli President Isaac Herzog warned of one of the most difficult moments that Israel is going through and threatens to destroy it from within, and called on the opposition and the government to reach an agreement to avoid the repercussions of this crisis.  Israeli President Isaac Herzog warned that "Israel is going through a historic crisis that threatens to destroy it from within," adding that the government and the opposition are "closer than ever to the possibility of reaching an agreed-upon plan."  This came in a speech by Herzog on Monday, during an emergency meeting he held with 100 heads of local authorities in Israel.  He said, "We are in a historic crisis that threatens to destroy us from within. We are in one of the most difficult moments that the State of Israel has gone through," and added, "We all know in our hearts that this is a great national danger."  He continued, "I think you all agree with me that the army should be completely out of the discussion. Do not bring the army into the discussion."  He said, "The Israeli army is the army of all of us. It protects us, it is vital to us, it is important to us, and we very much hope that the army will remain out of the discussion."  The Israeli president also referred to the economic repercussions of the internal dispute, and continued: "We also know that the repercussions of the crisis are enormous in the economic field."  He added, "We will see budget cuts, then we will see more unemployment and poverty requests, people will withdraw money, companies will stop investing, and they may get out of here, God forbid, and this has huge negative consequences that we do not yet know how to measure."  And after indicating that he continues to talk around the clock with both sides of the dispute, he said: "We are closer than ever to the possibility of an agreed scheme."  "Behind the scenes there are agreements about most things," Herzog said. "It's logical and reasonable."  And he added, "It now depends on our national leadership, the coalition and the opposition who have to succeed in rising to the greatness of the moment, who understand the terrible alternative hidden in the situation behind the door, and who will put the country and citizens above everything else."  He added, "The scheme that I am working on formulating gives answers to both sides, to the aspirations of both sides, and includes the diversity of the judiciary and a broad reflection of the defenders of opinions and societies, and lays down important and historical constitutional foundations, and establishes a healthy structure for the balance between powers, and protects democracy and human rights at all costs."  Herzog did not provide details of the nature of the meetings he held and is holding.  Israel has been witnessing, for more than two months, a wave of protests led by the opposition against the government's decision to pass laws that limit the power of the judiciary.  The government considers these laws to reform the judicial system, while the opposition considers them a coup and transforming Israel from democracy to dictatorship.  The Israeli government insists on passing laws, while the opposition continues its protest demonstrations.

Arab support for Turkey and Syria has not stopped since the devastating earthquake occurred on February 6, by air, sea and land, and over the course of about a month of unprecedented relief aid globally.

Arab support varied in an unprecedented manner, most notably the operation of air bridges, sea ships with aid, and land convoys, as well as field hospitals.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and his Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Shoukry, participate in the reception of an Egyptian aid ship in the southern state of Mersin #Turkey for those affected by earthquakes pic.twitter.com/fXIwHXWJJF

— TRT Arabic (@TRTArabi) February 27,
According to the initial outcome, the most prominent forms of Arab support for Turkey and Syria since the devastating earthquake over a period of about a month were as follows:

First: by air

UAE: 198 cargo aircraft

​​​​​​​Iraq: more than 50 flights

Qatar: 50 flights

Saudi Arabia: 14 flights

Kuwait: 13 flights

Jordan: 12 flights

Egypt: 7 flights

Libya: 5 flights

Sudan: two trips

Mauritania: Journey

Bahrain: an air bridge without specifying flights

Sultanate of Oman: non-specified air bridge

Algeria: an air bridge without specifying flights

Tunisia: an air bridge without specifying flights

Second: by sea

Egypt: 3 ships

Libya: Ship

UAE: It intends to operate ships according to priorities with a second phase of support

#watch | An Egyptian military ship anchored at the international port of Mersin, in southern #Turkey, carrying 650 tons of humanitarian aid sent to earthquake victims #TurkiyeQuakes #TurkiyeQuakes
pic.twitter.com/c9JCgvdpBl

— TRT Arabic (@TRTArabi) February 22,
Third: by land

Jordan: more than 42 trucks and land convoys

Kuwait: 23 trucks

Iraq: 56 popular aid trucks

Saudi Arabia: Unspecified official aid trucks

Lebanon: Unspecified popular aid trucks

Fourth: financial aid

UAE: $150 million

Qatar: $70 million

Libya: pledged $50 million

Kuwait: 30 million dollars

Algeria: 30 million dollars

Somalia: $5 million

Fifth: In-kind aid

Qatar: Announcing the establishment of 3 field hospitals, shipping 1,656 mobile homes to Turkey out of 10,000, a rescue team, and food, medical and shelter aid.

UAE: Establishing two field hospitals, food, medical and shelter aid

Saudi Arabia: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid

Kuwait: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid

Sultanate of Oman: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid

Yemen: Activist Tawakul Karman plans to build 50 housing units.

Libya: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid

Lebanon: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid

Algeria: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid

Tunisia: rescue team, food, medical and shelter aid

Palestine: rescue team and shelter aid

Sudan: rescue team and relief aid.


Sixth: Military aid

Qatar: a field hospital, and the transfer of aid through its Emiri Air Force from Jordan and Germany

Egypt: 7 aircraft and 3 ships

Jordan: a field hospital

Sudan: A relief plane.

A double earthquake hit southern Turkey on February 6, killing tens of thousands in Turkey and Syria, and causing huge material losses.



126.4 million dollars Saudi public donations to those affected by the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria
The number of participants in the popular donation campaign in Saudi Arabia for earthquake relief in Syria and Turkey exceeded two million, with an initial proceeds of approximately $126.4 million.

The number of participants in a popular donation campaign in Saudi Arabia for the relief of Syria and Turkey has risen to more than two million people, with an initial proceeds of 474.7 million riyals (about $126.4 million).

This came, according to Anadolu Agency's monitoring of the data of the Saudi (governmental) "Sahem" platform, which is responsible for the "popular campaign for relief of earthquake victims in Syria and Turkey," launched by the King Salman Relief Center (governmental), on February 8 elapsed.

The outcome of the initial posts comes nearly a month after the launch of the popular donation campaign, which King Salman bin Abdulaziz and his Crown Prince, Prince Muhammad bin Salman, directed to launch at the time.

As of 10:47 (GMT) on Monday, two million and 30 thousand and 561 donors participated in the campaign, according to the platform's data, while the proceeds of donations amounted to 474 million, 768 thousand and 578 riyals (about 126.4 million dollars).

The frequent update of the campaign platform since its inception shows a remarkable interaction in the number of participants and the value of donations.

On February 6, two successive earthquakes struck southern Turkey and northern Syria, the first measuring 7.7 degrees and the second 7.6 degrees, followed by thousands of violent aftershocks, which left great losses in lives and property in both countries.





A month after the earthquake, the tombstones tell the story of those who lie beneath them
In the early days of the earthquake disaster that struck the south of the country, the Turkish authorities had to deal quickly with burials due to the large number of deaths. A month after the earthquake passed, the tombstones of the victims remained, telling the symbolism of things, the story of those who lie beneath them.

In the Chamkapi cemetery in the state of Kahramanmaraş in southern Turkey, each tombstone bears the title of an unfinished story, and some of them carry remnants of the clothes of the deceased, waiting to be identified by their relatives.

Those in charge of the burial process in the Chamkapi cemetery, as they confirmed to Anadolu Agency, were keen to leave things from the clothes of the deceased, whose identities were not recognized, on the tombstones in the early days of the earthquake.

In order for the families of the deceased and their relatives to identify them later, or for the forensic teams to be able to determine their identities, those in charge of the burial put signs indicating the deceased, especially in light of the large number of deaths in the early days.

As for the Arabs who perished in the earthquake, those in charge put names in Arabic on the tombstones of Syrians who sought refuge in Turkey to escape the war and died in the earthquake, to be buried there along with their hopes and dreams.

The tombstones tell the stories of families who died as a result of the earthquake, when we see several graves side by side bearing the same surname.

As for the graves that have embroideries and white ribbons, they are of girls in the prime of their youth.

Some tombstones bear football club shirts to indicate the team the deceased was supporting and his attachment to it.

Some families also made sure to tie the headscarf (veil) on the tombstones of their female relatives, and other families covered the graves of their relatives with their prayer rugs.

As for the graves of children, they are accompanied by their toys, books, and pieces of sweets that they were attached to during their lives, while other graves are now shaded by olive branches and flowers.

The red color of the Turkish flag remains the most widespread on the graves of the earthquake victims, reflecting the deceased's love for his homeland.

A month after the disaster, Turks and Syrians continue to visit the graves of their loved ones.

The imams dispatched from the Turkish Presidency of Religious Affairs recited verses from the Holy Qur’an and prayed for the deceased, accompanied by their relatives.

On February 6, a double earthquake struck southern Turkey and northern Syria, the first measuring 7.7 degrees, and the second 7.6 degrees, followed by thousands of violent aftershocks, which caused huge losses of lives and property in the two countries.




The Israeli president warns of a historic crisis that threatens to destroy Israel from within
Israeli President Isaac Herzog warned of one of the most difficult moments that Israel is going through and threatens to destroy it from within, and called on the opposition and the government to reach an agreement to avoid the repercussions of this crisis.

Israeli President Isaac Herzog warned that "Israel is going through a historic crisis that threatens to destroy it from within," adding that the government and the opposition are "closer than ever to the possibility of reaching an agreed-upon plan."

This came in a speech by Herzog on Monday, during an emergency meeting he held with 100 heads of local authorities in Israel.

He said, "We are in a historic crisis that threatens to destroy us from within. We are in one of the most difficult moments that the State of Israel has gone through," and added, "We all know in our hearts that this is a great national danger."

He continued, "I think you all agree with me that the army should be completely out of the discussion. Do not bring the army into the discussion."

He said, "The Israeli army is the army of all of us. It protects us, it is vital to us, it is important to us, and we very much hope that the army will remain out of the discussion."

The Israeli president also referred to the economic repercussions of the internal dispute, and continued: "We also know that the repercussions of the crisis are enormous in the economic field."

He added, "We will see budget cuts, then we will see more unemployment and poverty requests, people will withdraw money, companies will stop investing, and they may get out of here, God forbid, and this has huge negative consequences that we do not yet know how to measure."

And after indicating that he continues to talk around the clock with both sides of the dispute, he said: "We are closer than ever to the possibility of an agreed scheme."

"Behind the scenes there are agreements about most things," Herzog said. "It's logical and reasonable."

And he added, "It now depends on our national leadership, the coalition and the opposition who have to succeed in rising to the greatness of the moment, who understand the terrible alternative hidden in the situation behind the door, and who will put the country and citizens above everything else."

He added, "The scheme that I am working on formulating gives answers to both sides, to the aspirations of both sides, and includes the diversity of the judiciary and a broad reflection of the defenders of opinions and societies, and lays down important and historical constitutional foundations, and establishes a healthy structure for the balance between powers, and protects democracy and human rights at all costs."

Herzog did not provide details of the nature of the meetings he held and is holding.

Israel has been witnessing, for more than two months, a wave of protests led by the opposition against the government's decision to pass laws that limit the power of the judiciary.

The government considers these laws to reform the judicial system, while the opposition considers them a coup and transforming Israel from democracy to dictatorship.

The Israeli government insists on passing laws, while the opposition continues its protest demonstrations.
Previous Post Next Post