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AMU/FIMA convoy of 16 trucks carrying USD 500K worth of medicines-surgical supplies entered Gaza at 0125 hours 25 July.

July 27, 2014

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29 Ramadhan 1435 / 27 July 2014

 

FIMA GAZA RELIEF UPDATES NO. 14

Alhamdulillah! Our second AMU/FIMA convoy of 16 trucks carrying USD 500K worth of medicines and surgical supplies entered Gaza at 0125 hours 27 Ramadhan 1435. The first also an AMU/FIMA convoy entered on the 5th day of the genocide, on 15 Ramadhan 1435 / 13 July 2014.

So you can rest assured that all your contributions have seen its passage into the Central Medical Stores of the Ministry of Health Gaza to replenish the fast depleting supplies due to the increasing reports of mortalities and injuries.  Apart from medical & surgical supplies our next convoy would also include 20 new ambulances required urgently by the MOH and is expected to cost us USD 800K.

The death toll is fast exceeding 1,000 people (40% children and women) and in excess of 5,000 wounded. The collateral damage among the civilian population is unacceptable. This genocidal madness must stop!

In an open letter to the Lancet (23 July 2014) 24 doctors and scientists who have worked in and known the situation of Gaza for years have written “… on the basis of our ethics and practice, we are denouncing what we witness in the aggression of Gaza by Israel …” You can join the campaign and  sign the petition at:

http://www.thelancet.com/gaza-letter-2014

Sir Ian charmers, amongst the pioneers of Evidence Based Medicine (EBM)  has been consistent  in his condemnation of the complicity of the Israel Medical Association (IMA) in the torture of Palestinian prisoners. With 700 others he petitioned for the removal of IMA from the World Medical Association.

Derek Summefield, a South African knows first hand the pain and suffering of Apartheid.

Ang Swee Chai,  a Malaysian orthopod,  witnessed Shabra Shatila first hand, the massacre of Palestinians under the watch of Ariel Sharon in 1982.  Read her book. “From Beirut to Jerusalem”.

Prof Mads Gilbert, a Norwegian, is presently in the thick of the massacre in Gaza, and you may have read his letter and impassioned plea to the US president; “Mr. Obama – do you have a heart? I invite you – spend one night – just one night – with us in Shifa. Disguised as a cleaner, maybe.  I am convinced, 100%, it would change history. Nobody with a heart AND power could ever walk away from a night in Shifa without being determined to end the slaughter of the Palestinian people.”

Let us all do our little humanitarian duty and act within our circle of influence. Spread the word.

To add insult to injury, sixty-four public figures, including seven Nobel Peace Prize winners, published a letter in the British Guardian newspaper calling for an international arms embargo on Israel for its “war crimes and possible crimes against humanity” in Gaza.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/18/arms-trade-israel-attack-gaza

Concurrently, whilst continuing to heal the wounded and relieving their injured psyche, our workers on the ground in Gaza, the likes of Hani Thuraya (VPM representative), Ahmad Thabet (Aqsa Syarif representative) etal are feeding the poor, sheltering the homeless, supplying tanks of clean water,  delivering baby diapers, comforting bereaved families etc.

A more mammoth task awaits us when a ceasefire is declared and with our partners we have to strategize a blue print of action to tackle the economic issues of massive unemployment, sheltering the homeless, feeding the poor, scholarship programs for the students, equipping their educational institutions, financial independency programs for the widows or women whose husbands are prisoners in Israel and rehabilitate the Gaza economy.

We and our partners have an excellent infrastructure in both Gaza & West Bank with our continued  presence there since 2009. This also opens the opportunity and space for all who had planned to enter Gaza during the acute phase but failed, since priority is for the medical professionals to contribute to the mid and long term nation building of Gaza.

Please continue to raise funds for the beleaguered medical, educational, housing and economic infrastructure of Gaza.

All forms of generous contributions are acceptable including Zakat & Sadaqah. Kindly find our banking details, for your banking convenience as attached below.  Kindly email your corporate logo to relief@amueg.org for our display banners on the trucks.

May Allah reward you all abundantly for your prayers and contributions during this blessed month of Ramadhan.  

Dr Ashraf Jedaar (+27836754103)Director, FIMA Relief

 

A/C Name: FIMA

Bank: Standard Bank of South Africa

Constantia branch: 025309

A/C No: 071848770

SWIFT code: SBZAZAJJ

 

Dato’ Dr Musa Mohd Nordin (+6012-3200564)Chairman, FIMA Advisory Council / Viva Palestina Malaysia

A/C Name: PERTUBUHAN VIVA PALESTINA MALAYSIA

Bank: Malayan Banking Berhad

Block C, Damansara Offices Complex, Jalan Dungun, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Account no : 5-64324-601324

Swift Code : MBBEMYKL

 

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