They rescue premature babies; Hamas-Israel war

They rescue premature babies; Hamas Israel war
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Twenty-eight premature babies were evacuated yesterday to Egypt from the Gaza Strip, where the pro-Palestinian Hamas movement, which governs that Palestinian territory, accused Israel of bombing the Indonesian Hospital.

“Today, 28 of the 31 neonates who were evacuated yesterday from Al Shifa Hospital were safely transferred to Al Arish Hospital for medical treatment in Egypt,” declared the director of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom. Ghebreyesus, in the social network

He stated that 12 of them were transferred to Cairo and that three premature babies still remain in the south of the Gaza Strip.

Other countries, such as France and the United Arab Emirates, also offered their hospitals to treat children injured by the war; In the UAE there is even a first group of nine minors.

The 28 babies were transferred in incubators from Gaza to hospitals in Egypt, where they will be treated. Photo: AFP

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