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Palestinian FM thanks IHH in a letter
The IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation, which rushed foodstuff, medication, medical equipment and cash to the Gaza Strip after the latest Israeli offensive, received a letter of gratitude from the Pal
Palestine, MiddleEast 16.03.2009

The letter read: “May Allah’s peace, mercy and blessing be upon you. We as the Palestinian Foreign Ministry express our heartfelt greetings, hope you are fine and present our endless thanks to IHH personnel and volunteers.


You played a historic role by relief efforts you provided in Gaza following the latest Israeli attacks. Your potent and compassionate hands alleviated our pains and eased the suffering of the disadvantaged. We present endless thanks to Allah for granting you the opportunity to help children, women, the elderly and families of the killed and the wounded in Gaza. We hope Allah will you for helping Islam and Muslims. With the hope to pray at liberated Masjid al-Aqsa together…


Your brother Dr. Yosuf Saleh


Foreign Affairs Ministry”


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