An Egyptian soldier keeps watch at the closed Rafah border crossing, between southern Gaza Strip and Egypt November 6, 2014. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
CAIRO - 14 May 2018: Egypt dispatched humanitarian aid, food, relief and medical supplies to Gaza while keeping the Rafah crossing open for individuals and those injured in the Israeli attacks on the strip Monday.
Minister of Health Ahmed Emad Eddine he has been "instructed by the political leadership" to receive the Palestinians injured during the Israeli aggression and treat them in Egyptian hospitals, On Live channel reported.
Al-Azhar is also preparing medical aid and relief supply to be sent to the Palestinian enclave.
“Coordination to send a convoy is being set up to help our brothers who are now being killed by Zionists in full view of the international community,” Al-Azhar Undersecretary Abbas Shouman told reporters.
The Palestinian Health Ministry said Israeli troops shot dead 52 Palestinians Monday as they gathered in Gaza strip to denounce the move of the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem.