906 aid trucks have entered Gaza since the Rafah invasion and food supplies are damaged 906 aid trucks have entered Gaza since the Rafah invasion and food supplies are damaged

906 aid trucks have entered Gaza since the Rafah invasion and food supplies are damaged

906 aid trucks have entered Gaza since the Rafah invasion and food supplies are damaged
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United Nations spokesman Stephane Dujarric announced on Friday that about a thousand humanitarian aid trucks had entered the Gaza Strip since the occupation began a military operation in Rafah, while some food supplies parked in Egypt waiting to enter Gaza were damaged.

Dujarric said, in press statements, that "only 906 trucks loaded with humanitarian aid have entered the Gaza Strip since May 7, after Israel began its military operation in Rafah."

The UN official explained that about 800 of those trucks were “food supplies,” without giving further details.

In this context, some food supplies were damaged in Egypt waiting to enter Gaza, as the Rafah border crossing continues to be closed for the third week.

Egyptian sources and officials reported that the military activity endangered humanitarian operations, and that Israel must return the crossing to the Palestinians before it begins operating again.

On May 7, the occupation army took control of the Palestinian side with the Rafah border crossing with Egypt, and Cairo responded by refusing to coordinate with Tel Aviv regarding the crossing, accusing it of causing a humanitarian disaster in the Strip.

Since last October 7, Israel has been waging a devastating war on the Gaza Strip that has left more than 116,000 Palestinians dead or wounded, most of them children and women, and about 10,000 missing amid massive destruction and famine that has claimed the lives of children and the elderly.

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