U.S. Field Hospital Begins in Northern Gaza Strip

A U.S. nongovernmental organization has released photos and videos showing the construction and equipping of the U.S. field hospital near the Beit Hanoun crossing in the northern Gaza Strip.


Photos and videos provided by the American Foundation over the past hours and days show workers of both sexes installing equipment at the U.S. Hospital near Ayers in the northern Gaza Strip.


According to Friend Ships - Project - Camp Gaza, the installation of the field hospital in the north of the Gaza Strip began on November 21st.


On Tuesday, a delegation of 10 engineers arrived at the American hospital through the Beit Hanoun crossing. According to the information office of the crossings. About two months ago, the first batch of American hospital equipment entered the Gaza Strip, where Israel agreed to establish the field hospital, as part of a package of understandings between it and the Palestinian factions in Gaza under the auspices of the Egyptian United Nations and with Qatari funding.


On Tuesday, November 19th, a new batch of equipment from the U.S. Field Hospital, consisting of six trucks, was introduced.
The Palestinian government refuses to set up this hospital, as Health Minister Mai Khayat said that "the government and the Ministry of Health refuse to set up a field hospital near the Erez checkpoint without coordination with the Ministry of Health," saying that "this is part of the deal of the century, and the plan to separate the Gaza Strip from the West Bank."


Secretary Kela's speech came on July 31 during a meeting in her office in Ramallah, deputy un special coordinator, Humanitarian Coordinator for Palestine Jamie McGoldrick.


"If the goal of establishing this hospital is humanitarian, the first is to support and develop the existing hospitals in the Gaza Strip," she said at the time, adding that "this project is wearing the dress of humanity and hides a dangerous political aspect." According to her talk.

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