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INTERNATIONAL ISSUES - PALESTINE

Khalifa Foundation provides relief to the poorest in Gaza and West Bank

Posted on 22/08/2010

Gaza - On the occasion of Ramadan, the Khalifa Bin Zayed Charity Foundation has funded two projects in Gaza and the West Bank to assist poor Palestinian refugees through the distribution of hot meals and meat. The projects will be implemented through the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA). In Gaza, UNRWA will distribute hot meals to approximately 90,000 people. The project will be implemented through the Agency's community-based organisations (CBOs), which include nine women's ...  >>MORE

Fayyad: UAE's aid to Palestinians surpass its pledges in 2007 donors' conference in Paris

Posted on 22/08/2010

Jerusalem - Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad said the UAE's aid to Palestine have surpassed the pledges it announced during the 2007 donors' conference in Paris. Fayyad's comments came in a statement commenting on a recent report by Reuters on Arab countries' aid to the Palestinian National Authority (PNA). "The report gives a totally wrong impression. The UAE's total aid to the Palestinian Authority has reached US$310 million, which is bigger than the US$300 million which it pledged ...  >>MORE

UAERCA provides medical aid to hospitals in Palestine

Posted on 08/06/2010

Al Khalil - The UAE Red Crescent Authority (UAERCA) has provided around Dh2 million in humanitarian assistance for Palestinian. The Palestinian Red Crescent Hospital in the city of Hebron (Al Khalil) and the French St. Joseph Hospital in the city of Jerusalem are the recipients. A grant of Dh1,650,000 thousand will help Palestinian Red Crescent Hospital in providing advanced medical services to patients, medical equipments and financing the finishing of three floors in the hospital. Another ...  >>MORE

UAE delegation at UN Human Rights Council renews its condemnation to "Freedom Flotilla" attack

Posted on 03/06/2010

Geneva - The UAE delegation to UN Human Rights Council in Geneva has offered condolences to the families of the victims who sacrificed their lives with courage and bravery in carrying out their humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian people in a bid to break the siege of the Gaza Strip. The delegation also expressed UAE's solidarity with the injured and detainees on board the "Freedom Flotilla". In his speech yesterday before the Human Rights Council during its emergency meeting on the ...  >>MORE

Khalifa calls for united response to Israeli attack

Posted on 02/06/2010

The President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has called for a collective and concerted international response to the attack by Israeli troops on the high seas against a peaceful flotilla sailing for the Gaza coast with aid and supplies. The President received a telephone call from the Amir of Kuwait, His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al Jaber Al Sabah, who is also chairman of the GCC summit, and the two leaders made this issue the top priority while expressing their profound ...  >>MORE

FNC condemns Israeli attack on Freedom Flotilla

Posted on 02/06/2010

The Federal National Council (FNC) yesterday strongly condemned in a statement the Israeli military attack on Freedom Flotilla in the international waters carrying humanitarian relief to the besieged people of Gaza. It called for concerted international and parliamentary condemnation of the Israeli aggression and investigate and hold the Israel accountable for its actions. The statement called for sustained pressure on Israel to fully lift the siege on the Gaza Strip and its population and ...  >>MORE

UAE condemns Israeli attack on the humanitarian convoy to Gaza, calls for UN investigation

Posted on 01/06/2010

The UAE strongly condemns the inhumane and criminal infliction of force carried out by Israel on the humanitarian convoy of civilians that has resulted in the death of at least 19 innocent aid workers and the wounding of several more. The UAE further condemns the clear violation of international law committed by the Israeli army in international waters against innocent civilians and urges the international community to end the continued collective and barbaric punishment imposed by the ...  >>MORE

UAE Journalists Association enquires about Gulf News correspondent aboard the fleet

Posted on 01/06/2010

The UAE Journalists Association has called on the International Federation of Journalists to intervene to enquire about the fate of Dubai-based Gulf News journalist Abbas Al Lawati, in the wake of the Israeli attack on the relief fleet off Gaza Strip coast. Mohammed Yousif, Chairman of the Association said he held contacts since yesterday with Jim Bumelha, chairman of the International Federation of Journalists and the general secretariat of the federation in Brussels to move quickly to ...  >>MORE

EU Special Representative lauds UAE role for Middle East Peace Process

Posted on 20/05/2010

European Union Special Representative for the Middle East Peace Process, H.E Ambassador Marc Otte has highly commended the role of United Arab Emirates in bringing peace and creating favourable environment in the Middle East in context with the Palestinian issue. "I am here to actually recognise the positive role played by UAE in creating favourable environment, and in terms of political and humanitarian support to Palestinian Authority, UAE role is beyond that. It is very appreciative ...  >>MORE

UNRWA hails initiatives of Khalifa Humanitarian Foundation

Posted on 13/04/2010

Filippo Grandi, the Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), has hailed the humanitarian projects and initiatives undertaken by UAE in general and Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Charitable Foundation in particular. In a statement following the meeting of HE Mohammed Haji Khouri, Director General of the Khalifa Charitable Foundation, the Commissioner-General said that Khalifa Foundation has become a landmark in the arena ...  >>MORE

UAE calls for pressure on Israel to respect Palestinians' basic rights

Posted on 24/03/2010

Geneva - UAE Permanent Representative to the UN European Headquarter Obaid Salem Al Zaabi has delivered a speech before a session of the Human Rights Council, dedicated to debate human rights situation in Palestine and other occupied Arab territories. Al Zaabi said that five months after the Human Rights Council's passing of recommendations of the international independent fact finding mission to investigate Israeli war on Gaza, paying no heed to appeals by the international community to lift ...  >>MORE

UAE condemns Israel's gross violations against Al Aqsa Mosque

Posted on 01/03/2010

The UAE condemned yesterday brutal attacks and dangerous violations by Israeli settlers and occupation forces against the sacred Al Aqsa Mosque. "Bursting into the squares of Al Aqsa Mosque and its surrounding districts by the Israeli occupation forces and turning it into a military barracks is a dangerous, bared act and exposed Israel's frequent attempts to Judaise the holy city of Jerusalem,” according to a statement issued by the UAE Foreign Ministry. The statement reiterated the UAE's ...  >>MORE

UAE lends support to efforts aimed at resuming the Palestinian-Israeli peace negotiations

Posted on 14/02/2010

Qawra, Malta - The United Arab Emirates has reiterated its support to the international and regional efforts aimed at resuming the Palestinian-Israeli negotiations. In a statement read by Abdelaziz Nasser Al-Shamsi, UAE Ambassador to Rome, before the International meeting in support of Israeli-Palestinian Peace, organised by the United Nations and the Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean, the UAE said the negotiations were facing a major political deadlock, due to the continued ...  >>MORE

Khalifa meets Mashal

Posted on 12/01/2010

President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan received yesterday at Al Bateen Palace Khaled Mashal, Head of the Political Bureau of HAMAS, who is currently visiting the UAE as part of a tour of the region. Sheikh Khalifa affirmed the UAE's absolute support for reconciliation and unity among the Palestinian people so as to enable them restore their legitimate rights the foremost of them is the establishment of the Palestinian independence state on their land with Jerusalem as its capital ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Abdullah takes part in closing ceremony of Al Quds Capital of Arab Culture

Posted on 19/12/2009

NABLUS - Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, the Foreign Minister, took part in the closing ceremony of the "Al Quds Capital of Arab Culture" which was held at Al Najah University last night, reported the state news agency WAM. In remarks during the ceremony, Sheikh Abdullah was quoted by WAM as saying: "We came to beloved Palestine to join our brothers in the closing ceremony of the celebrations of Al Quds Capital of Arab Culture. This is a gain for me and my brothers, not as politicians or ...  >>MORE

UNRWA launches US$323mn appeal for 2010, thanks UAE for support

Posted on 15/12/2009

Cairo - Commissioner-General of United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) Karen AbuZayd urged today GCC countries to follow the suit of UAE President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan who pledged US$2.5 million to the agency's budget in order to assist it meet the growing needs of the Palestine refugee community. She hailed the UAE's gesture as a pioneering step, raising the UAE gross donations to the UNRWA's regular budget to US$3.5 million this year. ...  >>MORE

UNRWA thanks UAE for supporting the Agency's budget

Posted on 11/12/2009

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) welcomed the UAE's donation of US$ 2.5 million to its budget. It was earlier last week UAE had made the donation upon directives from President HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The donation stressed the UAE government's unwavering and continuous support to the Palestinian people and to efforts of UNRWA to alleviate their suffering and provide them with dignified life. UNRWA held UAE's stance in ...  >>MORE

Palestinian minister praises UAE's role

Posted on 05/12/2009

Ramallah - Palestinian Minister of Awqaf and Religious Affairs, Dr Mahmoud Habash, has hailed the stance of the UAE towards the issues of Arab and Islamic nations. In a wide ranging interview with Emirates News Agency (WAM), the minister said that there is a remarkable congruence between the stances of the leaderships of the UAE and Palestine, especially towards the issues related to the Palestinian state and the three islands of the UAE occupied by Iran. Role model Habash said that the ...  >>MORE

UAE President message to UN on International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People

Posted on 02/12/2009

The United Arab Emirates has renewed its support before the United Nations for the rights of Palestinian people to self-determination and establishing their independent state with Jerusalem as its capital, urging the international community to strengthen its support politically and provide developmental, economic and relief assistance to the Palestinian people and their national authority to enable them attain freedom, independence and decent living. This came during the annual message of ...  >>MORE

Mahmoud Abbas: Peace starts from Jerusalem

Posted on 01/11/2009

Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas on Saturday said the resumption of peace talks with Israel is not possible before a complete freeze on Israeli settlement construction is put in place. In statements following his meeting with US secretary of state Hillary Clinton in Abu Dhabi, Abbas said the Israeli government should honour its obligations, in particular those related to a total halt on the settlements, an issue he said is blocking all prospects for re-launching the peace process that has ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation organises Tech Exhibition for Palestinian Youth

Posted on 06/08/2009

The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation yesterday announced that it hosted a mini-technology exhibition in Palestine, offering opportunities for fresh university graduates and emerging entrepreneurs to showcase their business models to potential investors. The event was organised in collaboration with the Palestine Information and Communications Technology Incubator (PICTI) and it drew over 20 projects in the pre-seed and seed stages, including those from the An-Najah University in ...  >>MORE

UAE's Human Appeal International donates 14 ambulances to Palestine

Posted on 19/05/2009

UAE's Human Appeal International (HAI) has dispatched 10 ambulances and four medical mobile units to the Gaza Strip as part of UAE humanitarian support for the people of Palestine. UAE Ambassador in Cairo Ahmed Al Za'abi has handed the convoy of ambulances to the Egyptian Red Crescent, which in turn, delivered them to the Palestinian health ministry at Rafah border check point. "The medical assistance is part of UAE efforts to improve living conditions of the Palestinian people in general and ...  >>MORE

Mohammed Foundation joins hands with Intel for 'World Ahead Programme' in Palestine

Posted on 17/05/2009

Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation yesterday announced it is joining hands with Intel Corp for its 'World Ahead Programme' in Palestine, marking a new phase of partnership between the two organisations in terms of knowledge creation and empowerment of teachers. In the presence of H.E. Lamis Al Alami, Palestinian Minister of Education and Higher Education, both partners made the announcement on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum on the Middle East 2009 that runs from 15-17 May at ...  >>MORE

Nahyan Bin Mubarak donates Dh2mn to Al-Quds University

Posted on 17/05/2009

Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research HE Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan has donated Dh2million to the Al-Quds University in Palestine. The donation was made during the sixth annual charity dinner organised by the Al-Quds University Friends Committee at the Beach Rotana Hotel in Abu Dhabi on Friday to sponsor the students studying at the university. Addressing the gathering, Sheikh Nahyan said that the relations of fraternity between UAE and Palestine are deep-rooted. UAE, ...  >>MORE

Nahyan Bin Mubarak: No solution for Palestinian problem without solving the fundamental issues

Posted on 10/05/2009

No solution for the Palestinian issue will be achieved without finding just solutions for the fundamental problems, which are not connected to the 1967 aggression, but are the consequences of the Nakba of 1948 and before, said UAE Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research HE Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan. Addressing the Ninth Annual Conference of the Al-Khaleej Centre for Studies, Sheikh Nahyan stressed that the United Arab Emirates, under the leadership of President HH Sheikh ...  >>MORE

Only two-state solution to Middle East issue, says Blair

Posted on 22/03/2009

Now is the moment when the international community have got to act decisively on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, which can be solved and will be solved. The question is when, said Quartet envoy, Tony Blair. "There is only one solution which is the two-state solution. However difficult, the thing that is impossible is a one-state solution. So, actually, we have no alternative, but to try to create a Palestinian state alongside the state of Israel. And the work that I do is [to] focus ...  >>MORE

UAE renews support to Palestinian cause

Posted on 03/03/2009

The United Arab Emirates has reiterated its firm stand in support to the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) and its President Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian Liberation Movement (PLO) as the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people and to the Palestinian government and its head Dr Salam Fayad, in their struggle to regain the Palestinian people's rights. This came during a speech delivered by Foreign Minister H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan before the second ...  >>MORE

Abdullah Bin Zayed: Palestinian reconciliation requires an end to non-Arab interventions

Posted on 03/03/2009

UAE Foreign Minister HH Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan expressed his belief that the Palestinian reconciliation needs an end to certain interventions by some non-Arab countries. These interventions are not acceptable and should end, said Sheikh Abdullah in a statement made on the fringes of the international conference being held in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt, in support of Palestinian economy and the reconstruction of Gaza. "I believe that the brothers in Hamas understand well of the presence of ...  >>MORE

UNICEF releases report on humanitarian situation in Gaza

Posted on 31/01/2009

New York - United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) released on Thursday its report on the dire humanitarian situation in Gaza caused by the 22-day Israeli military aggression. Quoting the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Field Update of 24-26 January, UNICEF said that 1,314 Palestinians were killed during the 22-day Israeli military offensive in Gaza, including 412 children and 110 women, as at 19 January. The number has increased, as rescue services continue ...  >>MORE

UNICEF urges int'l community to ease suffering of Gaza children

Posted on 31/01/2009

Berlin - The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) yesterday urged the international community to dispatch emergency aid to help out Gazan children. Chairman of UNICEF Deutschland Jurgen Heraeus expressed dissatisfaction at the "extremely tragic" humanitarian situation of the children in Gaza after 2 weeks of ceasefire. "Gazan children think the world neglects them and does not care about them", said Heraeus at a press conference in Berlin. The UNICEF official demanded that the will ...  >>MORE

UXOs still a danger in Gaza: OCHA

Posted on 31/01/2009

New York - United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and other agencies continue to highlight the danger posed by unexploded ordnance (UXOs) following the deaths of two children by such munitions on 20 January. The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), in its latest field update on Gaza, said Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) technicians are currently clearing areas throughout the Gaza Strip which is ...  >>MORE

UN appeals for US$613 million to help 1.4 million people in Gaza to recover after Israeli offensive

Posted on 31/01/2009

New York - The United Nations yesterday launched an appeal for US$613 million to help people affected by Israel's three-week military offensive in the Gaza Strip, which killed some 1,300 Palestinians, injured more than 5,300, 34 per cent of them children, and caused widespread damage and destruction. The appeal will cover requirements of the UN and other aid agencies for the next six to nine months and cover critical areas such as food, water, sanitation, health care and shelter, as well as ...  >>MORE

Conflict has worsened Gaza's food shortages: FAO

Posted on 31/01/2009

Rome - The recent conflict in the Gaza Strip has badly damaged the territory's agriculture sector exacerbating food shortages, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said Friday. 'Almost all of Gaza's 13,000 families who depend on farming, herding and fishing have suffered damage to their assets during the recent conflict and many farms have been completely destroyed,' the Rome-based FAO said in a statement. Some 1,300 Palestinians and 13 Israelis were killed in 22 ...  >>MORE

Dubai Customs donates Dh725,000 to Gaza children

Posted on 30/01/2009

Abdul Rahman Al Saleh, Senior Executive Director of Corporate Affairs at Dubai Customs on Thursday handed a cheque amounting Dh725,600 to Hisham Ali Al Hashimi, Member of the Board and Deputy Executive Director at Dar Al Bir Charitable Association. The amount represented a donation made by Dubai Customs and its employees to assist the Gaza children as part of a nationwide campaign "Children of Gaza are our Children" ordered by HH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown ...  >>MORE

Lives of 840,000 children and young people affected in Gaza

Posted on 25/01/2009

The recent and extreme levels of violence during the 3-week Israeli military attack on Gaza have affected the lives of 840,000 children and young people, according to a report by The United Nations Children's Fund - UNICEF. Women and children are the worst affected in the Israeli attack which started on December 27th, 2008. Among them is a special group with one foot still in childhood and another in adulthood: the adolescents said the UN body. "We lived the worst life humans could live in ...  >>MORE

RCA steps up relief efforts in Gaza Strip

Posted on 24/01/2009

Areesh - The UAE plane, carrying 40 tons of medicines and other medical devices landed yesterday at the Egyptian Airport of Al Areesh. The move is part of the UAE's aerial bridge to aid the victims of the recent Israel aggression on the Gaza strip. Based on the directives from the UAE leadership, the RCA has intensified its relief efforts by land and air to better dire humanitarian conditions of the Gazans. The UAE delegation in the relief trip was headed by Suhail Rashid Al Qadi, director ...  >>MORE

Aid from UAE helps ease suffering of the refugees

Posted on 24/01/2009

Now that the jets have flown back to Israel and the tanks have rolled out, Palestinian residents have the difficult task of trying to put their lives back together. For some that means returning to homes they have fled. Those are the lucky ones. Others have no homes to return to at all, which means relying the assistance that international donors are providing. Donations of food, blankets, mattresses and medical supplies from the UAE, as well as Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Canada are helping to ...  >>MORE

UAE to rush more aid to Gaza

Posted on 23/01/2009

A relief plane will fly tomorrow to Al Arish Airport, Egypt, as part of the airbridge launched by the UAE Red Crescent Authority (RCA) to deliver humanitarian assistance to the victims of the Israeli aggression on Gaza. Salim Hamad Al Junaibi, Deputy Secretary General of RCA for Relief, said the plane would carry 35 tonnes of medical supplies and urgently needed life-saving medicines. He also announced that a relief convoy of ten trucks with a load of 300 tonnes of essential relief ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Zayed City damaged by Israeli airstrikes

Posted on 23/01/2009

Sabreen Al Hellouh points to her bed, covered in rubble. The 13-year-old narrowly missed getting hit by flying debris from a missile that came through the ceiling of her flat. Before the three-week long Israeli offensive, Sheikh Zayed City, in Northern Gaza, was a relatively quiet and safe neighbourhood, contrasting sharply with the grey, unfinished buildings of nearby Ezba Beit Hanoun. The housing complex was a gift to the people of Gaza from Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan and was ...  >>MORE

RCA steps up relief efforts in Gaza Strip

Posted on 22/01/2009

Areesh - The UAE plane, carrying 40 tons of medicines and other medical devices landed yesterday at the Egyptian Airport of Al Areesh. The move is part of the UAE's aerial bridge to aid the victims of the recent Israel aggression on the Gaza strip. Based on the directives from the UAE leadership, the RCA has intensified its relief efforts by land and air to better dire humanitarian conditions of the Gazans. The UAE delegation in the relief trip was headed by Suhail Rashid Al Qadi, director ...  >>MORE

Aid from UAE helps ease suffering of the refugees

Posted on 22/01/2009

Now that the jets have flown back to Israel and the tanks have rolled out, Palestinian residents have the difficult task of trying to put their lives back together. For some that means returning to homes they have fled. Those are the lucky ones. Others have no homes to return to at all, which means relying the assistance that international donors are providing. Donations of food, blankets, mattresses and medical supplies from the UAE, as well as Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Canada are helping to ...  >>MORE

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Khalifa Foundation provides relief to the poorest in Gaza and West Bank


Fayyad: UAE's aid to Palestinians surpass its pledges in 2007 donors' conference in Paris


UAERCA provides medical aid to hospitals in Palestine


UAE delegation at UN Human Rights Council renews its condemnation to "Freedom Flotilla" attack


Khalifa calls for united response to Israeli attack


FNC condemns Israeli attack on Freedom Flotilla


UAE condemns Israeli attack on the humanitarian convoy to Gaza, calls for UN investigation


UAE Journalists Association enquires about Gulf News correspondent aboard the fleet


EU Special Representative lauds UAE role for Middle East Peace Process


UNRWA hails initiatives of Khalifa Humanitarian Foundation


UAE calls for pressure on Israel to respect Palestinians' basic rights


UAE condemns Israel's gross violations against Al Aqsa Mosque


UAE lends support to efforts aimed at resuming the Palestinian-Israeli peace negotiations


Khalifa meets Mashal


Sheikh Abdullah takes part in closing ceremony of Al Quds Capital of Arab Culture


UNRWA launches US$323mn appeal for 2010, thanks UAE for support


UNRWA thanks UAE for supporting the Agency's budget


Palestinian minister praises UAE's role


UAE President message to UN on International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People


Mahmoud Abbas: Peace starts from Jerusalem


Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation organises Tech Exhibition for Palestinian Youth


UAE's Human Appeal International donates 14 ambulances to Palestine


Mohammed Foundation joins hands with Intel for 'World Ahead Programme' in Palestine


Nahyan Bin Mubarak donates Dh2mn to Al-Quds University


Nahyan Bin Mubarak: No solution for Palestinian problem without solving the fundamental issues


Only two-state solution to Middle East issue, says Blair


UAE renews support to Palestinian cause


Abdullah Bin Zayed: Palestinian reconciliation requires an end to non-Arab interventions


UNICEF releases report on humanitarian situation in Gaza


UNICEF urges int'l community to ease suffering of Gaza children


UXOs still a danger in Gaza: OCHA


UN appeals for US$613 million to help 1.4 million people in Gaza to recover after Israeli offensive


Conflict has worsened Gaza's food shortages: FAO


Dubai Customs donates Dh725,000 to Gaza children


Lives of 840,000 children and young people affected in Gaza


RCA steps up relief efforts in Gaza Strip


Aid from UAE helps ease suffering of the refugees


UAE to rush more aid to Gaza


Sheikh Zayed City damaged by Israeli airstrikes


RCA steps up relief efforts in Gaza Strip


Aid from UAE helps ease suffering of the refugees