Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Pakistan Is Sending Medical Aid to Palestine

On Tuesday, Pakistani Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry announced that Pakistan would send assistance to Palestine to help the country cope with the Covid-19 pandemic and the medical emergency exacerbated by Israeli air strikes that have lasted more than a week.

Following a meeting of the federal cabinet, he told a press conference in Islamabad that Pakistan was the first Islamic country to take a “very straightforward and firm position on Palestine,” which it still maintains. The Quaid-i-Azam laid the groundwork for Pakistan’s policy on Palestine, and Prime Minister Imran Khan was his “trustee,” he added.

Including Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas and the country’s ambassador to Pakistan, who thanked Pakistan for its help, Chaudhry said Pakistan’s leadership and efforts for Palestine were “accepted by the entire Muslim ummah.”

[Turkish President Recep Tayyip] Erdogan said that what was on Imran Khan’s tongue was what was on his heart for Palestine. Prime Minister Imran Khan plays a significant role.

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