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Palestinian Health Ministry thanks IHH
Following the Palestinian Parliament, the Palestinian Health Ministry also thanked the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation for extending medical equipment and foodstuff to Gaza.
Palestine, MiddleEast 07.01.2009

The letter sent by Palestinian Health Minister Dr. Basim Naim read:

Palestinian National Authority Health Ministry Office,

Thanking and appreciation:

The Palestinian Health Ministry presents its thanks to fellow people of Turkey, particularly to the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation, for extending and continuing extending aid under heavy attacks of the enemy on Gaza.

The IHH rushed medical aid and cash donation to the families affected in cooperation with the Health Ministry starting from the first moment Israeli strikes began.

The help of people of Turkey and the IHH increases the strength of the Palestinians residing in Gaza.

We request you to accept this statement as an expression of our respect and gratitude.

Dr. Basim Naim

Palestinian Health Minister

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