Medications found at Gaza hospital were sent in private initiative by hostages’ families — TV

Containers of medication bearing the names of hostages, found by IDF soldiers at Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis, were sent as part of an initiative by relatives of several captives that did not involve the State of Israel, Channel 12 news reports.

According to the report, the families gathered a list of medicines the hostages need and working together with David Meidan — a former top hostage negotiator — along with local and international groups, had the medicines shipped in November by European nations that the network would not name.

After arriving in Egypt from Europe, the report says the medications then entered Gaza through the Rafah crossing but notes there has yet to be any indication they actually reached the intended recipients.

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