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Injured Palestinian Children Find Healing Sanctuary in Abu Dhabi

The UAE has welcomed Palestinian children injured in the Gaza conflict, providing them with shelter and medical treatment in Abu Dhabi.

In a heartwarming initiative, the UAE has welcomed Palestinian children injured in the Gaza war, offering them solace and medical care in Abu Dhabi. 

Among them is one-and-a-half-year-old Fati Ala, now on the road to recovery, surrounded by care and comfort in a private hospital.

First Evacuation Flight Brings Relief:

Fati Ala and others, victims of the conflict, were part of the inaugural evacuation flight from Egypt’s El Arish to Abu Dhabi. 

The warm reception at the airport, in stark contrast to their harrowing experiences, provided a reassuring start to their healing journey.

The UAE’s commitment to the well-being of Gaza’s children is evident as more evacuation flights are planned. 

With UN estimates indicating that 40% of the conflict’s fatalities comprise children, the UAE is going the extra mile to assure their safety and recovery.

Humanitarian Gestures at Abu Dhabi Airport:

Heartening scenes unfolded at Abu Dhabi International Airport as officials compassionately welcomed the patients. 

Bouquets replaced bombs, and warm embraces replaced the trauma of conflict. In a moving gesture, Emirati officials used their ghutras to shield young patients from the sun.

Sheikh Theyab bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, a UAE royal, visited the injured children at the hospital, underscoring the nation’s commitment to their well-being. 

Under the directive of President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the UAE aims to treat 1,000 Palestinian children and fly in 1,000 cancer patients for medical care.

Part of Broader Humanitarian Efforts:

These initiatives are integral to the UAE’s broader humanitarian efforts to alleviate the suffering of Palestinians affected by the Israel-Hamas conflict. 

The nation is a beacon of compassion, providing a sanctuary for healing and recovery for those caught in the crossfire.

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