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Tunisian convoy en route to Gaza
Published Thursday 22/12/2011 (updated) 23/12/2011 15:12
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GAZA CITY (Ma’an) -- A Tunisian medical aid convoy began its journey to Gaza on Thursday from Tunis, Palestinian officials said.

The convoy carrying four tons of medical aid left Tunis-Carthage International Airport earlier in the day, medical officials told Ma'an.

The coordinator of the medical services in the Gaza Strip said the convoy was organized by a Tunisian scout group and will arrive in Cairo and depart for Gaza shortly thereafter.

Some 11 scout leaders are part of the delegation, which is to visit Gaza’s hospitals and civil society groups before checking up on local scouts.
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1 ) Henri / France
22/12/2011 17:49
How did the ship take-of from Tunis Carthage Airport? On the picture one can see the foldable wings of this new technology !!!

2 ) Khan / Bangladesh
22/12/2011 20:13
That's really great of Tunisia to be with Palestine, the true land. Praises be to Allah.

3 ) silver / phil.
23/12/2011 03:45
kodus to tunisia for its humanitarian aid to gaza. i hope the is a precedent

4 ) Balsam / Israel
23/12/2011 06:33
Wonderful opportunity for the Arab scout leaders to visit Israel! You may spend a brief time in immigration cell before being deported, but what the heck?! Enjoy our hospitality. Shalom!

5 ) Tibi / Tubas
23/12/2011 14:15
Both the Tunisian medical aid convoy coordinator and
the medical services coordinator in the Gaza Strip know,
that the convoy will have to land in either Egypt or Israel,
or that there will be needless blood-shed !!!!

6 ) Eddie / Ireland
25/12/2011 13:04
Tunisians show what they really think when they are allowed the freedom of speech and when they have removed western backed dictators.

7 ) Joe Fattal / USA
25/12/2011 19:41
If Egypt wants to drop the bomb on Israel is to take Gaza. The sea blockade will be lifted unless they want another war with Egypt, the Egyptian border will be closer to Israel, and obviously the rockets will stop be fired fron Gaza to Israel. I can bet anything if that was propose to Israel, Israel will refuse it.
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