In cooperation with Oman and Bahrain two Jordanian air landings on Gaza In cooperation with Oman and Bahrain two Jordanian air landings on Gaza

In cooperation with Oman and Bahrain two Jordanian air landings on Gaza

In cooperation with Oman and Bahrain two Jordanian air landings on Gaza

Amman: The Jordanian army announced , on Thursday, the implementation of two new airdrops of relief and food aid to the Gaza Strip, in cooperation with the Sultanate of Oman and Bahrain.

This came according to a statement by the Jordanian army on its official website.

The statement stated, “Under Royal directives, the Jordanian Armed Forces carried out, today, Thursday, two airdrops of relief and food aid to people in the Gaza Strip.”

He added, “The landing operation came in cooperation with the two sister Kingdoms of Bahrain and the Sultanate of Oman, in order to support and assist the family and brothers, stand with them, and mitigate the effects of the raging Israeli war on the Strip.”

The Jordanian army confirmed that it is continuing to send aid via an air bridge to deliver humanitarian and medical aid, whether through aid planes from Marka Airport towards Al-Arish International Airport or through airdrops into the Gaza Strip.

On Tuesday, the Hashemite Charitable Organization (official) said: “The number of aircraft sent within the air bridge to our people in Gaza reached 60 aircraft, including 15 airdrops, in addition to the land bridge through which 380 trucks were sent.”

On the same day, the Jordanian army announced the participation of the country's King Abdullah II in airdrops of relief aid to the residents of the Gaza Strip.

The King's participation is his second, as official media previously circulated a video clip of him participating in an airdrop on the 11th of this month.

Since October 7, 2023, Israel has been waging a devastating war on the Gaza Strip, leaving tens of thousands of civilian victims, most of them children and women, in addition to an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe and massive infrastructure destruction, which led to Tel Aviv appearing before the International Court of Justice on charges of “genocide.”

Unidentified planes dropped humanitarian aid on several areas in the northern Gaza Strip for the first time in 140 days. 

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  1. Jordan's continued humanitarian efforts in Gaza, facilitated by cooperation with Oman and Bahrain, highlight regional solidarity in the face of crisis. Such actions foster hope amid turmoil.

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