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Muslim Aid's CEO Khalid Javid on BBC interview tells the truth on aid entering Gaza

Muslim Aid's CEO Khalid Javid on BBC interview tells the truth on aid entering Gaza

Khalid Javid, Muslim Aid’s CEO, appeared on BBC News on Monday 1 April live from Egypt to discuss the humanitarian situation in Gaza and on the Rafah border crossing.

Khalid Javid spoke of the dire need for aid to enter Gaza and the need for a ceasefire to allow humanitarians to save lives.

Despite the current challenges, Muslim Aid is procuring a convoy of trucks to send into Gaza, which includes hygiene kits, food (including gluten-free options), and women's menstrual kits.

Muslim Aid has been openly advocating for a ceasefire and the opening of humanitarian corridors through parliamentary events, signing petitions, engaging with the media, and launching awareness campaigns, including our 'Women Are Not A Target, Period' campaign.

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