By Rowaida Mahmoud
Social media users spoke this week about the 1st fuel truck crossing into Gaza from Egypt’s Rafah border crossing to deliver diesel to the United Nations; a Turkish series that talks about Palestine and the Israeli military claiming striking house of Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh.
First fuel truck crosses into Gaza from Egypt
The 1st fuel truck crosses into Gaza from Egypt’s Rafah border crossing to deliver diesel to the United Nations.
The entry of the truck came after Israel gave its approval for allowing 24.000 litres of diesel to enter the Gaza Strip for the UN’s aid distribution trucks; thus, the fuel is not allowed to hospitals.
It’s said that another two trucks are waiting for crossing at the Rafah border crossing, to be the first fuel batch entering the enclave since October 7.
Turkish series Salahuddin Ayyubi coincides with Israel’s barbaric deeds in Palestine
Turkish series Salahuddin Ayyubi was the talk of social media users after screening its first episodes last Monday. The series will last for 3 seasons.
The series is a historical work, tackling the liberation of Jerusalem. Its screening coincides with the barbaric and indefinsible deeds of the Israeli occupation in Palestine.
The series revolves around Salahuddin Ayyubi’s desperate trial to liberate al Quds after 88 years and his keenness on keeping the Islamic state as well as uniting the Islamic lands in Syria, Palestine, Egypt and the north of Mesopotamia under his rule. It also sheds light on his battles, which were against the crusaders.
The series is a Turkish-Pakistani production.
Liverpool Luis Díaz’s father
The father of Colombian football star and Liverpool striker Luis Díaz was freed after being kidnapped by the National Liberation Army ( ELN) in Colombia.
Photos showed the 26-year-old player hugging his father with tears in their eyes.
Luis Manuel Díaz and his wife Cilenis Marulanda were abducted by armed men. The ELN said it had kidnapped the 58-year-old and his wife for ransom.
The player missed two of the Red’s matches due to this incident and back during the English Premier League game against Luton on November 5, netting a goal.
After scoring the goal, Díaz pulled up his Liverpool shirt to show a T-shirt underneath bearing the message “freedom for papa”.
Israeli military claims striking house of Hamas leader Haniyeh in Gaza
The Israeli Defence Forces posted clips of fighter jets while striking a house, claiming that it is the house of Hamas leader Haniyeh in Gaza.
Israel alleges that Haniyeh’s house “used as terrorist infrastructure and a meeting point for Hamas’ senior leaders to direct terror attacks against Israeli civilians and Israel Defence Forces soldiers”.
Mo Salah scored his 200th goal in English football
The Egyptian king Mohamed Salah reached his 200 goals in the English football, 198 for Liverpool and two for Chelsea, after scoring two goals for the Reds in the net of Brentford.
“Goal No 200 in England, right? Exceptional, played a super game today,” Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said. “Two players always around him, he kept the ball, Klopp added.
Mo became the first player in history to score in each of Liverpool’s first six home league games of a season.
Salah became the Liverpool player who scored the most goals at Anfield. He scored 87 goals in the English Premier League at Anfield, surpassing Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler, who comes in 2nd place with 85 goals.
Mo participated with 119 goals in 117 matches with the Reds at the Anfield in the EPL, scoring 87 goals and making 32 ones.