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INTERNATIONAL ISSUES - LEBANON

Children send postcards of peace to Kofi Annan

Posted on 05/08/2006

Children from across the UAE took their turn in voicing concerns for child-victims of the war in Lebanon to UN secretary general Kofi Annan yesterday. An official from the Watani programme, which organised the Letters for Peace campaign, said more than 1,600 children were expected to sign the postcards. Boys and girls from different backgrounds and ages were seen wearing flags and T-shirts expressing support for the children of Lebanon at Modesh City in Dubai. Participating children signed ...  >>MORE

Lebanon crisis to hit UAE economy if ceasefire fails

Posted on 05/08/2006

The Israel-Hezbollah conflict has, so far, had only a minimal impact on the UAE's economy, but analysts are predicting the impact on the Emirates could worsen if a ceasefire fails to materialise. So far, no Arab country other than Lebanon has been directly affected by the Israel-Hezbollah war, but Lebanon has moderately strong trade links with many Arab countries. The UAE and Saudi Arabia are the second and third largest markets for Lebanon, with Lebanese exports to the countries reaching ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed visits injured Lebanese

Posted on 02/08/2006

General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, yesterday visited Lebanese citizens being hospitalised at Zayed Military Hospital from injuries sustained in the Israeli onslaught on their country. Sheikh Mohammed urged the Hospital management to accord those patients utmost care and wished them a speedy recovery. The injured Lebanese expressed their deep gratitude to the UAE and to Sheikh Mohammed for support and back up. ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid lauds Lebanese people for brave, unified stand

Posted on 02/08/2006

H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, has praised the Lebanese people for their braveness and unified stand against the barbaric Israeli aggression, which indiscriminately attacked all Lebanese targets, civilian and military. Sheikh Mohammed, who strongly condemned the Israeli attacks which killed and maimed thousands of innocent Lebanese people, including children, women and the elderly, praised the Lebanese people for remaining ...  >>MORE

Lebanese Ambassador visits injured at Zayed Hospital

Posted on 02/08/2006

Lebanese Ambassador to the UAE Hassan Berro has praised the UAE leadership and people for their strenuous effort to alleviate the sufferings of the Lebanese people. "Right from the beginning of the Israeli aggression, President HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed, HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, and General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, have issued their ...  >>MORE

Four UAE relief planes arrive in Beirut

Posted on 02/08/2006

Four UAE military aircrafts carrying relief supplies landed in Beirut on Tuesday as part of an air bridge to Lebanon, ordered by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. The UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS) which is overseeing the relief operations has so far airlifted 230 tonnes of relief supplies to victims of the current conflict in Lebanon. The UAE is engaged in ambitious plans, in collaboration with various ...  >>MORE

WFP starts food distribution to Lebanese civilians in Syria

Posted on 02/08/2006

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) yesterday started distributing food aid to nearly 7,000 Lebanese civilians in the Syrian capital, Damascus, who fled crisis-torn Lebanon over the last two weeks. WFP will distribute three tons of bread everyday to the beneficiaries who are currently living in public buildings such as schools and abandoned buildings. Current projections indicate that the number of refugees needing food aid in Damascus could rise to 20,000 people in the coming ...  >>MORE

Public can now contribute to Lebanese aid effort online

Posted on 02/08/2006

Dubai eGovernment is the latest entity to get involved in the aid effort for Lebanon, following the launch of an online donation campaign. Putting technology to good use, Dubai eGovernment has set up a special link on its website, http://www.dubai.ae providing the public with a convenient way to donate to the humanitarian cause online. According to the organisers, funds raised will be donated to the Sheikh Mohammad Bin ...  >>MORE

SMS fundraising campaign also launched

Posted on 02/08/2006

The National Bonds Company (NBC) will start an SMS fundraising campaign today titled Call for Help to provide aid to victims of the war in Lebanon. UAE residents will be able to contribute to the campaign via their mobile phones by sending a text message to 4242 with the word Lebanon in the body of the message, which will charge the sender Dh10 as a donation. The number started operating today and will receive donations until 10pm on August 6. The amount raised to date will be revealed on ...  >>MORE

UAE aid aircraft arrive in Lebanon

Posted on 01/08/2006

Beirut - Two UAE Air force aircraft arrived in Beirut Airport yesterday afternoon carrying relief medical and food aid to victims of the ongoing Israeli onslaught. The humanitarian relief cargos were delivered to the Lebanese Ministry of Health and the Lebanese Red Cross and were immediately forwarded to centres accommodating displaced people. Four more UAE aid aircraft will be dispatched to the war-struck country as part of the UAE humanitarian air bridge. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

UAE Deputy Prime Minister condoles with Lebanon

Posted on 01/08/2006

Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, has offered sympathy to Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri over yesterday's Israeli air attacks on the southern village of Qana which killed 60 people. "As I share sorrow and distress with you over this painful incident, I would like to present heartfelt condolences to the families of those who died and to the people of Lebanon," he wrote in a cable of condolences to Berri on Monday. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

Qana massacre a severe shock to humanity's conscience: Abdullah bin Zayed

Posted on 31/07/2006

UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan has condemned the most recent massacre at the hands of the Israeli army in Lebanon as atrocious. Tens of children and women were killed in an Israeli airstrike on the Lebanese town of Qana early yesterday morning. "This horrible crime is a severe shock to humanity's conscience and is a further proof to the ongoing and unchanged Israeli policy of using destructive weaponry for the indiscriminate killing of human beings and taking for ...  >>MORE

RCS to send four relief planes to Beirut

Posted on 31/07/2006

Four planes carrying relief materials will leave Abu Dhabi today for Beirut as part of an air bridge to Lebanon, ordered by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. The planes will carry a total of 100 tonnes of medicines, foodstuff and other items intended to alleviate the suffering of the Lebanese people, said Saleh Mohammed Al Mulla, Acting Secretary General of UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS). The UAE is ...  >>MORE

UAE sends more relief materials to Lebanon

Posted on 31/07/2006

Two planes carrying medicines and other relief materials left here Sunday as an air bridge, ordered by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, to sustain humanitarian efforts in Lebanon enters its second day. The UAE is engaged in ambitious plans, in collaboration with various local organisations and charity agencies, to extend a helping hand to the Lebanese people in this hour of need. Relief delegates from ...  >>MORE

Dh1 million donation to RCS from Marina Mall and NIC

Posted on 31/07/2006

The UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS) has received yesterday a one million dirham joint cash donation form National Investment Corporation (NIC) and Marina Mall. Representatives of the donors delivered a AED 1 million cheque to RCS Acting Secretary General Mohammed Saleh Al Mulla. Abdullah Al Saadi, General Manager, NIC, said the donation is in response to the directives of Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Khalifa Al Nahyan, Chief of the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Court and NIC's Chairman of the Board of ...  >>MORE

Dh 1million donation for RCS Lebanon operations from Al Jaber Co.

Posted on 31/07/2006

The UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS) has received yesterday a one million dirham joint cash donation form Al Jaber Contracting and Trading Co. General Manager of Al Jaber Co. Mohammed Obaid Al Jaber delivered a Dh1 million cheque to RCS Acting Secretary General Mohammed Saleh Al Mulla. The generous donation is intended to support the UAE RCS' relief efforts in Lebanon and to improve humanitarian conditions of in crisis-hit country. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

DIB Dubai Islamic Bank donates Dh5 million to help crisis-struck Lebanon

Posted on 31/07/2006

Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) has donated Dh5 million in aid to the Lebanese people in their current moment of crisis. The donation is in response to the 'Towards Healing Lebanon's Wounds' fundraising drive, organised by Dubai Media incorporated in partnership with the Sheikh Mohammad Bib Rashid Humanitarian and Charitable Foundation and the UAE Red Crescent Foundation. Mohamed Khalfan bin Kharbash, UAE Minister of State for Finance and Industry and Chairman of DIB, said: "UAE has always been at ...  >>MORE

UAE to take part in rescue operations

Posted on 31/07/2006

The UAE will participate in international rescue and search missions following membership of the International Search and Rescue Advisory Group. It has become the second Arab country to join the International Search and Rescue Advisory Group (INSARAG). The body is a global network of more than 80 countries and disaster response organisations under the United Nations umbrella. Dubai Police's Rescue Department will represent the UAE in its international search and rescue missions. ...  >>MORE

UNICEF and Rotary launch appeal

Posted on 31/07/2006

With an estimated 800,000 people now displaced in Lebanon, the United Nations Children's Fund and the Rotary Club of Dubai yesterday launched a joint 'Appeal for Lebanon.' "We are deeply concerned by the rising numbers of children being affected by the ongoing violence," said Unicef regional donor relations officer Omar Shehadeh. "UNICEF estimates that around 45 per cent of those who have been killed and injured are children. Many have also been separated from their families. It is time for ...  >>MORE

Sheikha Fatima donates Dh5m for Lebanon

Posted on 30/07/2006

HH Fatima bint Mubarak has pledged Dh5 million in support of the Lebanese people, bringing the current outcome of a nationwide fundraising campaign to around DH55 million. The campaign is being organised by Dubai Media Incorporated, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation, and the UAE Red Crescent Society. The campaign was launched yesterday and will continue for one week. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

Two aid planes for Lebanese people depart Abu Dhabi

Posted on 30/07/2006

Two aid planes left Abu Dhabi yesterday as part of an air bridge ordered by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, to deliver urgent relief and medical supplies to the Lebanese people. Hundreds of tonnes of relief materials and medical assistance will be flown to Lebanon over a four-flight air bridge which underlines the UAE leadership's commitment to alleviate suffering of the brotherly people of Lebanon and ...  >>MORE

Fujairah Ruler donates 150 tonnes of relief supplies

Posted on 30/07/2006

H.H. Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Fujairah has donated 150 tonnes of relief supplies to the UAE campaign in support of the Lebanese people. The donation will be delivered to Abu Dhabi today, for shipment as part of the UAE relief supplies for Lebanon. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

UAE ready to receive seriously-injured Lebanese for treatment

Posted on 30/07/2006

Beirut - The United Arab Emirates is ready to airlift seriously injured Lebanese for medical treatment, said Mohammed Sultan Al Suweidi, UAE Ambassador in Beirut. Al Suweidi made the remarks while in Beirut airport to receive two planes sent as part of an air bridge ordered by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, to deliver urgent relief and medical supplies to the Lebanese people. "The air bridge is ...  >>MORE

Lebanese envoy lauds UAE for generous support

Posted on 30/07/2006

Lebanese Ambassador to the UAE Hassan Berro has paid tribute to the government and people of the UAE for their unstinted support for Lebanon in its current ordeal. 'Positions shown by President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai and General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, have left good impression with the people ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Coop offers Dh 1.5 million for Lebanon aid campaign

Posted on 30/07/2006

The Abu Dhabi Cooperative Society offered yesterday Dh 1.5 million to the Red Crescent Society (RCS) in support of its humanitarian and relief operations in Lebanon. Mohammed Al Qubaisi, member of Abu Dhabi-Cooperative Society today delivered a cheque of the amount to Khalifa Nasser Al Suweidi, RCS Chairman. Al Suweidi thanked the Society for its noble gesture and its solidarity with the Lebanese people who are undergoing through difficult humanitarian circumstances. Al Qubaisi said the ...  >>MORE

UAE telethon raises Dh49 million

Posted on 29/07/2006

A fundraising campaign for victims of Israel's war in Lebanon raised Dh49 million as of 1am in a 10-hour telethon organised by three UAE-based institutions. Several prominent Arab personalities appealed for donations on air, including celebrities, political, and business figures, and scores of children emptied their piggy banks. The telethon, which started at 3pm on Friday, was organised by Dubai Media Incorporated, the Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Humanitarian and Charitable Foundation and ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed orders air bridge for Lebanon aid

Posted on 29/07/2006

Hundreds of tonnes of relief materials will be flown to Lebanon over a four-flight air bridge, ordered by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. Sheikh Mohammed ordered the quick dispatch of relief materials, the first phase of which will start by ferrying basic necessities such as foodstuff, medicines and medical items to alleviate suffering of the Lebanese people. Khalifa Nasser Al Suweidi, board chairman ...  >>MORE

Israel attacks truck carrying UAE drugs

Posted on 29/07/2006

Beirut - Israeli air bombers on Wednesday attacked a truck carrying UAE drug supplies destined for Lebanon, killing the driver and injuring two others, Lebanese security sources announced. The truck, which was carrying drug and other relief supplies sent by the Lebanese-UAE Friendship Society, crossed the Syrian-Lebanese border line and headed toward Beqaa when it was attacked by an air raid, setting it in flames, and killing the driver and injuring two other passengers. (Emirates News Agency, ...  >>MORE

UAE unites in charity drive

Posted on 29/07/2006

When it comes to charity, the people of the UAE are expected to put their full support behind a massive co-operative undertaking to raise money for ailing Lebanon, which kicks off today. "Giving” is yet again the top priority of the UAE as it rallies around a desperate Lebanon that is reeling under massive Israeli aggression marked by its apparent disregard for civilian lives and property. More than 433 Lebanese lives have been lost since the hostilities began on July 12. The Arab Media ...  >>MORE

Emirates Post opens door for donors to Lebanon Emergency Fund

Posted on 29/07/2006

The Emirates Post on Wednesday opened its offices throughout the country to the general public to collect donations from all those who wish to contribute to the emergency humanitarian assistance campaign aimed at alleviating the sufferings of the Lebanese people. The step, which was in collaboration with the UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS), is in line with the directives of Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of the RCS, Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The Emirates Post said all its 82 ...  >>MORE

UAE retail sales tumble following Lebanon crisis

Posted on 29/07/2006

Retail sales in the UAE have witnessed a 5 to 10 per cent drop, with sales of luxury goods falling by as much as 20 per cent, following the escalation of violence between Israel and Hezbollah. The conflict has had a negative impact on most Arab shoppers, say retailers. As a result, the main focus has been on the purchase of essential commodities, while the purchase of luxury goods has decreased. The numerous promotions, discounts and prizes offered by shops and malls haven't succeeded in ...  >>MORE

Khalifa and Mohammed VI express conformity of views

Posted on 26/07/2006

Rabat - President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and King Mohammed VI of Morocco reiterated conformity of their views on regional and international issues, mainly the developments of the Palestinian cause and the current situation in Iraq and Lebanon. In a common communiqué' released simultaneously yesterday in Abu Dhabi and Rabat, the two leaders reiterated solidarity with Lebanon at this critical junction and called for immediate ceasefire and called for the immediate and ...  >>MORE

Huge Lebanon relief operations launched by World's largest relief agency

Posted on 26/07/2006

Rome - An emergency operation to deliver food assistance to over 300,000 Lebanese people, including 50,000 people who have fled across the borders to Syria, has been launched yesterday, United Nations' World Food Programme announced. The World's largest relief agency said twenty-five metric tons of high energy biscuits arrived in Beirut port from Brindisi, Italy and will be distributed to affected people and those displaced, many of them children, due to the Israeli shelling that started on ...  >>MORE

UAE pledges US$20 million to Lebanon

Posted on 26/07/2006

New York - The United Arab Emirates has pledged US$20 million in donation to the UN Programme for the Relief of Lebanon, according to a senior government official. "UN member states are urged to contribute generously to this important humanitarian plan to enable the Lebanese government and people overcome the difficult times they are experiencing," said Mohammed Mani'e Al Otaiba, acting Charge d'Affaires of the UAE Mission to the UN in a joint emergency conference organised by the ...  >>MORE

Fundraising campaign for Lebanon launched in Umm Al-Qaiwain

Posted on 26/07/2006

In accordance to the directives of H.H. Sheikh Rashid bin Ahmed Al Mualla, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Umm al-Qaiwain, a humanitarian fundraising campaign for Lebanon was launched yesterday at Umm al-Qaiwain Charity. The campaign, which was launched in collaboration with Mohammed bin Rashid Humanitarian and Charity Foundation, The UAE Red Crescent Society and the Emarati-Lebanese Friendship Association, aims to raise donations for the immediate support and relief of Lebanese people ...  >>MORE

Big response to drive for war-hit Lebanon

Posted on 26/07/2006

The ‘With You Lebanon' campaign, launched by Al Aqariya TV and the Al Aqariya Group in cooperation with the UAE Red Crescent to support war-stricken Lebanon, has generated an overwhelming response from individuals and organisations across the Arab world. The campaign, to date, has succeeded in collecting donations worth Dh50 million, which include cash donations, medicines, medical equipment, foodstuff and tents, in addition to shipping services agreeing to deliver supplies to affected ...  >>MORE

RCS sole body authorised to deliver aid to Lebanon: Minister

Posted on 25/07/2006

Mariam Al Roumi, Minister of Social Affairs, has appealed to all charity agencies and non-government organisations, whether registered with the Ministry or licensed by local authorities, to hand over their financial donations and aid in kind, meant to reach the Lebanese people, to the UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS). "The RCS is the only body authorised by the Council of Ministers to extend overseas aid," said Al Roumi on Monday. She said the appeal was made to ensure that aid would reach all ...  >>MORE

FNC to partake in Arab meeting on Lebanon, Palestine

Posted on 25/07/2006

A delegation from the General Secretariat of the Federal National Council will take part in an extraordinary session of the Arab Inter-parliamentary Union (AIPU), scheduled to be held at the premises of the Arab League in Cairo, Egypt, today. The session will discuss the on-going Israeli war on the Lebanese and Palestinian peoples and explore ways to extend every possible assistance to them. It is primarily meant to show solidarity with Lebanon and Palestine, pressure the international ...  >>MORE

Telecom firms, banks urged to join aid efforts

Posted on 25/07/2006

Organisers of a charity initiative to help Lebanese people yesterday appealed to the local and regional telecommunications firms and banks to join the campaign by asking their customers to make donations to the campaign. The campaign, dubbed "With You Lebanon", is being organised by Al Aqariyah TV in collaboration with the UAE Red Crescent Society. It aims at collecting donations and sending them to ease the plight of Lebanese people. "Charity organisations are appalled by the ...  >>MORE

UN and WFP sound humanitarian Lebanon alarm and launch 2 immediate operations

Posted on 25/07/2006

Almost a 500,000 Lebanese people are reported displaced making Lebanon on the verge of a humanitarian disaster as people in many may have run out of foodstuffs, medicines and basic necessities under an ongoing Israeli naval, land and aerial blockade and strikes, warned the United Nations' World Food Programme yesterday. "Hundreds of villages are now practically isolated in Southern Lebanon as thousands of people have lost the ability to leave. Water, food and medical supplies are being ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid Humanitarian Foundation active in Lebanon

Posted on 24/07/2006

A delegation from Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Humanitarian and Charity Foundation is assessing the basic humanitarian and medical needs of Lebanese refugees who have been displaced by the ongoing aggression on their country The mission of the delegation which is headed by the Foundation's Deputy chairman of the Board of Trustees Ibrahim Bumelha and includes a number of volunteers is distributing relief medical and food packages to the refugees in different Lebanese Areas. Bumalha said these ...  >>MORE

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Children send postcards of peace to Kofi Annan


Lebanon crisis to hit UAE economy if ceasefire fails


Mohammed bin Zayed visits injured Lebanese


Mohammed bin Rashid lauds Lebanese people for brave, unified stand


Lebanese Ambassador visits injured at Zayed Hospital


Four UAE relief planes arrive in Beirut


WFP starts food distribution to Lebanese civilians in Syria


Public can now contribute to Lebanese aid effort online


SMS fundraising campaign also launched


UAE aid aircraft arrive in Lebanon


UAE Deputy Prime Minister condoles with Lebanon


Qana massacre a severe shock to humanity's conscience: Abdullah bin Zayed


RCS to send four relief planes to Beirut


UAE sends more relief materials to Lebanon


Dh1 million donation to RCS from Marina Mall and NIC


Dh 1million donation for RCS Lebanon operations from Al Jaber Co.


DIB Dubai Islamic Bank donates Dh5 million to help crisis-struck Lebanon


UAE to take part in rescue operations


UNICEF and Rotary launch appeal


Sheikha Fatima donates Dh5m for Lebanon


Two aid planes for Lebanese people depart Abu Dhabi


Fujairah Ruler donates 150 tonnes of relief supplies


UAE ready to receive seriously-injured Lebanese for treatment


Lebanese envoy lauds UAE for generous support


Abu Dhabi Coop offers Dh 1.5 million for Lebanon aid campaign


UAE telethon raises Dh49 million


Mohammed bin Zayed orders air bridge for Lebanon aid


Israel attacks truck carrying UAE drugs


UAE unites in charity drive


Emirates Post opens door for donors to Lebanon Emergency Fund


UAE retail sales tumble following Lebanon crisis


Khalifa and Mohammed VI express conformity of views


Huge Lebanon relief operations launched by World's largest relief agency


UAE pledges US$20 million to Lebanon


Fundraising campaign for Lebanon launched in Umm Al-Qaiwain


Big response to drive for war-hit Lebanon


RCS sole body authorised to deliver aid to Lebanon: Minister


FNC to partake in Arab meeting on Lebanon, Palestine


Telecom firms, banks urged to join aid efforts


UN and WFP sound humanitarian Lebanon alarm and launch 2 immediate operations


Mohammed bin Rashid Humanitarian Foundation active in Lebanon