The Jordanian Armed Forces carry out the largest airdrops of aid into northern Gaza The Jordanian Armed Forces carry out the largest airdrops of aid into northern Gaza

The Jordanian Armed Forces carry out the largest airdrops of aid into northern Gaza

The Jordanian Armed Forces carry out the largest airdrops of aid into northern Gaza

Today, Tuesday, the Jordanian Armed Forces, in partnership with friendly countries, carried out 8 airdrops of relief and food aid into the northern Gaza Strip.

The landing operations, which the Kingdom considered the largest since the start of the landing operations until today, included 3 C130 aircraft belonging to the Royal Jordanian Air Force, 3 American aircraft, an Egyptian aircraft, and a French aircraft.

Relief and food aid targeted a number of sites in northern Gaza, while the aid included materials provided by the World Food Program (WFP).

The landing operation comes within the ongoing Jordanian efforts to send more medical, relief and food aid to citizens in the Gaza Strip, to mitigate the effects of the war and compensate for the severe shortage of food and medicine as a result of the continuing Israeli war on the Strip.

The Jordanian Armed Forces confirmed that they "continue to send aid via an air bridge, whether through aid planes from Marka Airport towards Al-Arish International Airport or through airdrops on the Strip."

Since the beginning of the Israeli aggression on Gaza, the Jordanian Armed Forces - Arab Army have carried out 28 Jordanian airdrops, 15 airdrops carried out by the Armed Forces in cooperation with other countries.

Jordanian King Abdullah II affirmed, during his reception of the United Arab List delegation in the Knesset, headed by MP Mansour Abbas, on Tuesday, that the Kingdom “continues to deliver humanitarian, relief and medical aid to the people in the Gaza Strip by all available means,” noting: “the necessity of making the utmost efforts to reach For an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza and the protection of innocent civilians.”

He warned of "the danger of the continuation of the war on the Gaza Strip and the hostilities practiced by extremist settlers against the Palestinians in the West Bank and Jerusalem."

He stressed "the need to stop the unilateral Israeli attacks and measures in Jerusalem, which affect the freedom of worshipers at Al-Aqsa Mosque and prevent them from practicing their religious rituals, especially during the month of Ramadan."

He stressed that "Jordan will continue its historical and religious role in protecting and caring for the Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem, based on the Hashemite custodianship over them."

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