USA and Israel coordinated the release of medical supplies by Jordan in Loopas confirmed to The Times of Israel an official of Washington who spoke anonymously.
The Jordanian Air Force launched this Monday from the air urgent medical help to the Jordanian field hospital Gaza Cityin the first shipment of humanitarian assistance of this type to the Palestinian enclave, which has only received supplies through the land crossing of Rafah border with Egypt.
“Our intrepid Air Force personnel airdropped urgent medical aid to the Jordanian field hospital in Gaza at midnight. “This is our duty to help our brothers and sisters wounded in the Gaza war,” the king of Jordan said on X (formerly Twitter). Abdullah II.
For its part, a military source from the General Command of the Jordanian Armed Forces told the state news agency petra that the aid was dropped from a plane and landed at the field hospital “using a parachute.”
The official Jordanian news agency said the airdrop was carried out due to the fact that the Jordanian field hospital in Gaza was about to run out of supplies.
Gaza in two
The Israeli Army stated that With his land incursion into the Gaza Strip he managed to divide that Palestinian territory into two this Sunday, amid “significant” bombings against the Hamas terrorist group.
Israeli forces “surrounded Gaza City” […] Now there is a southern Gaza and a northern Gaza.”said the army spokesman, Daniel Hagari.
“We are attacking broadly on Gaza, “There is an extensive attack against terrorist infrastructure, both terrestrial and underground.”added Hagari, who highlighted that his troops have already “arrived at the coast and are maintaining” this position in the central area of the Strip, which makes the fragmentation between the north and south of the territory increasingly accentuated.
He also assured that Army pledges to continue allowing civilians to leave northern Gaza and head southafter this Sunday the Israeli forces gave way to groups of Palestinians who were going towards the southern area as part of a humanitarian corridor that was open for a few hours.
Shortly before, the Palestinian telecommunications company Paltec reported a total cut of the telephone and internet lines, which left the enclave almost cut off for the third time since the start of the war between Israel and Hamas almost a month ago.
In turn, the Army reported that it is advancing in its land offensive that lasts more than a week in the midst of fighting, which has caused it to attack “more than 1,600 targets.”
(With information from EFE)