الخميس 22 أوت 2019 م, الموافق لـ 21 ذو الحجة 1440 هـ آخر تحديث 22:38
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The border town of Maghnia, in western Algeria, was gripped on Saturday by an atmosphere of emotion and popular merriment after the arrival at the border post Akid Lotfi from Morocco of a British humanitarian convoy dubbed “Viva Palestina”, loaded with multifarious aid destined to the distressed Palestinian population of the Gaza strip.  

  • A most enthusiastic and cheerful welcome was extended to the 280 members of this humanitarian convoy on the Algerian – Moroccan border, which was exceptionally opened for several hours to allow this laudable initiative to follow its 8000 km – long road journey.
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  • The convoy which left London on February 14th, crossed through Belgium, France and Spain before arriving on Wednesday in Tangier in northern Morocco and then crossing into Algerian territory yesterday.
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  • From Algeria, the convoy of trucks, Lorries, ambulances and other vehicles will also travel through Tunisia, Libya and Egypt.
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  • They are aiming to reach Rafah, on the Gaza border with Egypt, by March 3rd.
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  • The 110- vehicle humanitarian convoy for Gaza, which is organized and led by famous British MP George Galloway, was warmly welcomed on Algerian soil by the local authorities of Maghnia, representatives of civil society associations, deputies and members of the press corporation including a team of journalists from the newspaper “Echorouk Al Yaoumi” who were present on the spot.
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  • The chairman of the popular committee of support for Gaza, Lakhdar Bouragaa and Sabah El Mokhtari, one of the organizers of the convoy, said the objective of such an initiative was to “assist our Palestinian brothers in the devastated Gaza strip in the aftermath of the recent Israeli military aggression in the region”.
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