UAE gives Eid clothes to Jordan's Syrian refugees

The administration of Mreijeb al-Fhoud, a Syrian refugee camp near Zarqa in northern Jordan which is funded by the UAE, on Sunday (September 11th) distributed Eid al-Adha clothes to camp residents, the Jordan Times reported.

Around 7,000 refugees received Eid clothes presented by the Emirati Red Crescent.

Meanwhile, Jordanian Minister of Foreign and Expatriate Affairs Nasser Judeh on Saturday met with UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) special envoy, Angelina Jolie, who was in Jordan to visit Syrian refugee camps, medical centres and families.

The minister highlighted King Abdullah's efforts to find solutions to the refugee crisis, noting that Jordan is co-hosting the Leaders' Summit on Refugees in New York set for September 20th, which the monarch plans to attend.

This summit will issue a set of commitments to mitigate the impact of refugee crises on host countries, he said.

Jolie expressed appreciation for Jordan's positive role on behalf of the international community in order to reduce the human suffering of the Syrian people.

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May Allah increase your losses, ruin your sources of income and disperse you, O, you sons of the Hebrew Emirates! All the calamities of the region and of our people are from you and your masters, Al Saud. May Allah damn you!