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High-level Indonesian delegation arrives in Gaza
Published Wednesday 05/12/2012 (updated) 06/12/2012 18:07
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GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- A high-level Indonesian delegation arrived in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday from Egypt through the Rafah crossing.

Marzouqi Ali, head of the Indonesian parliament, told reporters at the Rafah crossing that the visit aimed to offer diplomatic support to the Palestinian people.

It was the second visit by Indonesian officials to the enclave, and Ali said he hoped the next trip would be to consolidate bilateral relations between Indonesia and Palestine.

Palestinian Legislative Council deputy speaker Ahmad Bahar applauded Indonesia's support to the Palestinian people, particularly during Israel's two recent wars on the Gaza Strip.

"We feel reassured that the largest Muslim country came to support the Palestinian people," Bahar said.
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1 ) Susan / Ireland
05/12/2012 19:17
How did they get in, I thought Gaza was under a blockade by the zionist entity.

2 ) Faizin / Indonesia / a
07/12/2012 00:09
Yes, the zionist blockaded all entry points, but as foreigners its easier to enter thru Egypt's Raffah, which is a shared border with Gaza-Palestine

3 ) carine / UK
07/12/2012 00:38
Ever heard of the Rafah crossing? It's mentioned in the first paragraph...

4 ) Jesus Zion / Canada
07/12/2012 22:00
The Land belongs to Israel
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