A statement released by the aid group said the team, which includes urologists, plastic surgeons, neurologists and ophthalmologists, is scheduled to leave for Gaza on Nov. 24 to distribute medical supplies and perform surgery in the conflict-ridden city.
The statement also said that the group has launched a donation campaign to collect medical supplies for Gazans.
The group’s Vice President Kerem K?n?k said a large number of Gazans had been wounded and killed in the Israeli strikes and the wounded have been unable to receive medical care as a result of the Israeli authorities’ near total ban on importing medical supplies to the territory.
By Tuesday, 115 Palestinians, including 54 civilians, had been killed since Israel mounted an air onslaught last week that has so far included nearly 1,500 strikes. Some 840 people have been wounded, including 225 children, Gaza health officials said.
K?n?k said those who want to extend a helping hand to Gazans can send a blank SMS message to 6612 or visit www.yeryuzudoktorlari.org to make an online donation.