Slight drop in temperatures forecast Saturday-JMD


Amman: Saturday will see a slight drop in temperatures, as the weather will remain somewhat hot almost countrywide, and hotter in the desert, the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea, and Aqaba, Jordan Meteorological Department (JMD) said in its daily update.

In its report, the JMD warns of the danger of exposure to direct sunlight, as well as fires in forest areas, and leaving children unattended inside closed vehicles, even for a short period.

On Sunday, effect of the heat wave will subside countrywide and another drop in temperatures is forecast to record around their seasonal levels and the weather will be moderate over the mountainous areas and plains, and relatively hot to hot in the desert, the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea, and Aqaba.

As for Monday, temperatures will continue to drop and the weather will be clear and moderate almost nationwide.

Also today, temperatures in the capital Amman will hit a high of 37 degrees Celsius and a low of 20?, while the port city of Aqaba will see a scorching 45?, sliding t
o 27? at night.

Source: Jordan News Agency

Sources: Israel carried out the Nuseirat operation via a truck used to transport aid

Gaza: Local Palestinian sources reported, on Saturday, that the Israeli special force that liberated 4 prisoners from the central Gaza Strip infiltrated the Nuseirat camp via a truck used to transport humanitarian aid.

The sources said, according to Anatolia Agency, that “the Israeli special force used a closed transport truck and a civilian vehicle in the infiltration operation into the Nuseirat camp, in order to recover the prisoners.”

She added: “These transport vehicles are spread in the Gaza Strip and are used during the Israeli war to transport humanitarian aid.”

The Israeli operation resulted in the death of 210 citizens and the injury of 400, and the death of an Israeli officer who succumbed to his wounds during the operation

Source: Maan News Agency

246 days of war on Palestine

Gaza: Israeli aircraft continued their bombing of various areas of the Gaza Strip on the 246th day of the war, leaving dozens of martyrs and large numbers of wounded.

The Israeli occupation committed eight massacres against families in the Gaza Strip during the last 24 hours, including 77 martyrs and 221 injuries, bringing the number of victims to hospitals. The war has led to 36,731 martyrs and 83,530 injuries since the seventh of last October.

The Israeli occupation forces completed the occupation of the entire border strip between the Gaza Strip and Egypt, known as the Philadelphia Corridor, which extends from Kerem Shalom in the east to the sea, with a length of 14 kilometers.

Israeli tanks advanced towards the Al-Izbah area and the Swedish village on the seashore, reached Al-Alam Roundabout and conducted arrests among the displaced.

Artillery shelling continued on the Tal Al-Sultan neighborhood and the western parts of Rafah.

Dr. Suhaib Al-Hams, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Kuwait Speci
alized Hospital in Rafah, said that the occupation targeted the Kuwait Specialized Hospital in Rafah and caused a fire in large parts of the hospital.

He held the Israeli occupation responsible for directly targeting the hospitals and putting them out of service.

He described the health situation as extremely catastrophic after all the hospitals in the area were out of service. Rafah Governorate was suspended from service due to the continuation of the military operation in the governorate.

He said that there were dozens of bodies lying in the streets of Rafah Governorate and dozens of injured people who were unable to be reached by medical teams.

The occupation forces threw incendiary bombs in the Al-Hashash family area, north of Rafah, causing fires in it

and in Khan Yunis 11 citizens were martyred in a bombing that targeted the Tabsh family in the east of the governorate, while the occupation tanks continued to take control of Salah al-Din Street, which connects the governorate to the central Gaza Str
ip, with the continued invasion of parts of the town of al-Qarara

in the central Gaza Strip

, and the occupation attacks continued in the central region of the Gaza Strip,

and two martyrs were killed Israeli bombing east of Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip

. The body of a martyr arrived at Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital. The occupation targeted him on Salah al-Din Street opposite Deir al-Balah.

The occupation launched air strikes near Abu al-Rous roundabout in the Bureij camp in the central Gaza Strip.

Gaza and the North:

In Gaza City, five were martyred, including a woman and her daughter, and 14 were injured in the Israeli bombing of the Muhanna family home near First Street in the Sheikh Radwan neighborhood, north of Gaza City.

The occupation artillery bombed the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, southeast of Gaza City.

Four citizens were also martyred in the Israeli warplane bombing of a house for the Tafesh family near Al-Shamaa Mosque in the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, southeast of Gaza City.

Six were ki
lled and 15 were injured in an Israeli bombing of the Asmaa Primary Joint School ‘C,’ which belongs to UNRWA, in Al-Shati camp, west of Gaza City.

Today, the 33rd, the occupation authorities continue to prevent the entry of many foodstuffs into Gaza and the north, threatening famine

Source: Maan News Agency

An urgent distress call to provide electrical generators to hospitals in the Gaza Strip

Gaza: Saturday, the Ministry of Health in Gaza launched an urgent distress call to the international community and its international and relief institutions to provide electric generators to hospitals in the Gaza Strip.

The Ministry said in a statement that it has been relying on electric generators for 9 months to supply hospitals with the necessary electrical energy around the clock after the destruction of the only power plant in the Gaza Strip.

It indicated that a number of electrical generators in hospitals were subjected to major technical malfunctions that were difficult to repair, and a number of others were directly destroyed by the brutal occupation.

It is likely that the electrical generators in the remaining hospitals, health centers, and pharmaceutical warehouses will stop as a result of preventing the entry of spare parts needed for their maintenance.

The Ministry of Health said: Stopping the electrical generators means certain death for the sick and injured and the complete end of the healt
h service in the Gaza Strip.

She added: The Israeli occupation forces deliberately destroyed the electrical generators in the Al-Shifa Complex, the Nasser Complex, the Indonesian Hospital, and Kamal Adwan Hospital in northern Gaza, with the aim of putting them out of service.

She continued: Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital is still working on one generator after one of the two main generators broke down, which threatens a humanitarian catastrophe.

It indicated that it has been continuing its contacts with international institutions, led by the International Committee of the Red Cross, in order to supply new generators and spare parts since the beginning of the aggression, but to no avail as a result of the intransigence of the Israeli occupation

Source: Maan News Agency

5,000 Jordanian pilgrims arrived in Medina-Khalayleh


Medina: More than 5,000 Jordanian pilgrims arrived to the holy city of Medina Munawarah within the first phase, Minister of Awqaf, Islamic Affairs and Holy Places and Head of Jordan’s Hajj delegations, Dr. Mohammad Khalayleh, announced.

During inspection of the accommodation of Jordanian pilgrims in the holy city, he said all pilgrim convoys had completed their arrival in Medina, the first stop as per the Hajj program set by the ministry, in preparation for their departure to Mecca.

The minister checked on the pilgrims’ health conditions and the extent of their satisfaction with the food and beverages services and suitability of housing units, in terms of measures taken to ensure their comfort.

The minister also noted the first batch of Jordanian pilgrims will be sent from Abar Ali area to Mecca, accompanied by the ministry’s teams, to ensure their safe arrival without any problems or difficulties.

Source: Jordan News Agency

Martyred by occupation bullets in Tulkarm

A citizen was martyred at dawn today, Saturday, by bullets from the occupation forces in the town of Anabta, east of Tulkarm.

Martyr Thabet Thabet Governmental Hospital in the city of Tulkarm announced this morning the death of the young man, Moamen Omar Abu Asal (22 years old), as a result of the critical injury he sustained during the occupation forces’ storming of the town of Anabta, east of Tulkarm.

The Red Crescent said, “Our crews dealt with a 20-year-old martyr at dawn today, who was shot in the back by live bullets in Anabta, east of Tulkarm, and he was transferred to the hospital

Source: Maan News Agency

NCW head commends women’s participation in smart, green projects initiative

Chairperson of the National Council for Women Maya Morsi commended strong participation of women in the National Initiative for Smart Green Projects.

Morsi ‘s remarks came at a meeting with General Coordinator of the initiative Hisham Badr following the launch of its third phase, that includes projects concerned with women.

She underlined the importance of the role of branches of the council and local teams in all governorates in raising public awareness about women, environment and climate change.

In turn, Badr thanked NCW and all success partners in the two previous editions and the current edition of the initiative.

Winning projects will be presented at COP29 in Azerbaijan, he added.

Source: State Information Service Egypt

EgyptAir to operate 1st flight to Alamien airport in July

EgyptAir announced that it will operate its first flight to Alamien city in the North Coast as of Thursday, July 11 till the end of the summer season by September 14.

The operation of the seasonal airline will be based on the concept of demand and supply, according to Egypt’s national carrier.

The flagship carrier operates two flights from Cairo to Alamien city on Thursday and Saturday on the board of aircraft B737-800, said EgyptAir Holding Company Chairman and CEO Yahia Zakaria in statements on Saturday 08/6/2024.

Source: State Information Service Egypt

Egypt advances 100 ranks in global ranking of road quality to be in 18th rank globally

The cabinet’s media center asserted that Egypt was able in the past ten years to build a interconnected national road network extending in different governorates.

This came in a report published by the center including infographics that shed light that Egypt advanced 100 ranks in the index of global ranking of road quality to come in the 18th rank globally within ten years because of the national road project.

The pace accelerated to develop the infrastructure and improve the quality of roads according to the global criteria as it is an important pillar to achieve the goals of economic and social development plans.

This will contribute to facilitating economic activities and attracting more investments to improve the living quality of the Egyptians in addition to increasing the safety rates on different roads and decrease the percentage of accidents, the report said.

About 6300 km roads were implement as part of 7000 km of the national road projects at a cost of EGP 155 billion, the report added.

Source
: State Information Service Egypt

EgyptAir to launch 3 new airlines in Africa as of July

EgyptAir announced that three new airlines will be launched in July to the Somali capital Mogadishu, the Ivory Coast capital Abidjan, as well as Djibouti.

Three flights will be operated per week – on Sunday, Tuesday and Friday – to Abidjan starting from July 9, Egypt’s national carrier said.

It added that two flights are set to be operated per week as of July 11 on an air route linking Cairo, Djibouti and Mogadishu.

The operation of the new routes will take the number of destinations in Africa that EgyptAir can reach to 26.

The number of EgyptAir Africa destinations is expected to rise to 32 by 2028 with the scheduled launch of new routes to Senegal’s Dakar, Angola’s Luanda, South Africa’s Cape Town, Mali’s Bamako, Zimbabwe’s Harare, and Zambia’s Lusaka.

Source: State Information Service Egypt