KSrelief Delivers 25 Tons of Dates as a Gift to Mauritius

Moka: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has delivered a gift of 25 tons of dates from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the Republic of Mauritius.

The aid was delivered on behalf of the KSrelief by the Saudi Ambassador to the…

Moka: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has delivered a gift of 25 tons of dates from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the Republic of Mauritius. The aid was delivered on behalf of the KSrelief by the Saudi Ambassador to the Republic of Mauritius, Fayez bin Meshal Al-Tamyaat, to the Vice-Prime Minister of Mauritius, Mohammad Anwar Husnoo, in Moka. This gift is part of the relief and humanitarian programs provided by Saudi Arabia to several countries around the world. The event was attended by a number of officials. Source: Saudi Press Agency

Settlers Burn Agricultural Lands in Turmus’ayya

Ramallah – MA’AN – On Saturday, settlers set fire to agricultural lands in the town of Turmus’ayya northeast of Ramallah.

Security sources reported that settlers set fire to tens of dunams planted with olive trees in the plains of Turmus’ayya, on the…

Ramallah - MA'AN - On Saturday, settlers set fire to agricultural lands in the town of Turmus'ayya northeast of Ramallah. Security sources reported that settlers set fire to tens of dunams planted with olive trees in the plains of Turmus'ayya, on the road between the town and the neighboring village of Al-Mughayyir. It is worth noting that settlers have forcefully prevented citizens for months from accessing their lands, which has led to the proliferation of weeds in fields planted with olive trees, facilitating the rapid spread of the fire. Source: Maan News Agency

Shura Council Women Members Participate in G20 Parliamentary Women’s Meeting

Maceió: A delegation from the Shura Council, represented by Council members Dr. Mona Al-Mushait and Dr. Alia Dahlawi, participated in the G20 Parliamentary Women’s (P20) meeting held in Maceió, Brazil.

Delivering a speech at the meeting, Dr. Alia Al-…

Maceió: A delegation from the Shura Council, represented by Council members Dr. Mona Al-Mushait and Dr. Alia Dahlawi, participated in the G20 Parliamentary Women's (P20) meeting held in Maceió, Brazil. Delivering a speech at the meeting, Dr. Alia Al-Dahlawi highlighted the prominent role and significant leap in policies and legislation to support the participation of Saudi women in national development, thanks to the Kingdom's leadership and vision. Al-Dahlawi stated, "The transformation journey of Saudi Arabia with Saudi Vision 2030 has effectively created diverse job opportunities for all, thus ensuring inclusive economic growth and equal opportunities that contribute to our nation's prosperity." She added that women's economic empowerment has seen successive leaps in recent years, with Saudi women's participation in the labor market currently standing at 35.3%. Dr. Dahlawi emphasized that women have become partners in national development across various sectors through the tremendous efforts in the Kingd om, including commerce, engineering, sports, justice, technology.. Source: Saudi Press Agency

Occupation arrests 15 citizens from the West Bank

Ramallah – Ma’an – Israeli occupation forces arrested yesterday and today, Saturday, 15 citizens from the West Bank, including former prisoners.

The Prisoners’ Club clarified in a press statement that the arrests took place in the governorates of Qal…

Ramallah - Ma'an - Israeli occupation forces arrested yesterday and today, Saturday, 15 citizens from the West Bank, including former prisoners. The Prisoners' Club clarified in a press statement that the arrests took place in the governorates of Qalqilya, Hebron, Ramallah, Jericho, and Jerusalem. These arrests were accompanied by assaults and threats against the detainees and their families, along with widespread acts of sabotage and destruction of citizens' homes. Thus, the total number of arrests since October 7, 2023, has risen to more than (9535), including those arrested from homes, military checkpoints, those who surrendered under pressure, and those taken as hostages. Source: Maan News Agency

KSrelief Distributes Over 3900 Food Baskets in Yemen

Shabwa: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) distributed 3,950 food baskets yesterday in Shabwa Governorate, Yemen, benefiting 23,700 individuals. This distribution is part of the fifth phase of KSrelief’s project to provide f…

Shabwa: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) distributed 3,950 food baskets yesterday in Shabwa Governorate, Yemen, benefiting 23,700 individuals. This distribution is part of the fifth phase of KSrelief's project to provide food aid to those affected by the crisis in Yemen. This initiative is part of the ongoing relief efforts provided by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through KSrelief to alleviate the suffering of the Yemeni people during the ongoing humanitarian crisis. Source: Saudi Press Agency

Minister of Education discusses cooperation with international institution to support education

Ramallah – Ma’an – Minister of Education and Higher Education, Dr. Amjad Barham, met today in his office with the official of the “Think Equal” institution specialized in education, Lena Banat, to discuss cooperation in joint programs, especially thos…

Ramallah - Ma'an - Minister of Education and Higher Education, Dr. Amjad Barham, met today in his office with the official of the "Think Equal" institution specialized in education, Lena Banat, to discuss cooperation in joint programs, especially those concerning children and teachers. The minister emphasized the priority of work at the present time, aiming to support education in Gaza, focusing on educational deficiencies, psychological interventions, and recreational activities that will be centered on organizing summer camps for this year. The minister addressed the overall challenges facing education in Gaza and the West Bank, the intensive and continuous efforts to serve children, students, and teachers, and to provide everything that serves education, expressing readiness to cooperate with the institution and its programs in line with the ministry's priorities and needs. In turn, Banat introduced the institution representing a global initiative operating in several countries, focusing on children and their education, especially in areas facing difficult conditions, emphasizing its keenness to provide services through its initiative for Palestinian children and to collaborate in implementing programs targeting students, especially in Gaza. The meeting was attended by the ministry's undersecretary, Dr. Nafe' Assad, and representatives of relevant authorities. Source: Maan News Agency