2006 News Story

Saudi Red Crescent Society sets up ready-made houses in Lebanon

The Saudi Red Crescent Society has been setting up ready-made houses in Lebanese villages affected by the most recent Israeli attacks.

On September 14, the Saudi Red Crescent Society announced that it was sending 1,000 ready-made housing units to Lebanon as part of the Kingdom’s ongoing humanitarian aid to the Lebanese people.

General Supervisor Ahmad Salamah said that the Society has built 50 houses in Bint Jubail and an additional 30 houses in Marjayoun. In addition, 9 trucks carrying 30 houses are currently en route to Kafra and Bint Jubail.

Salamah added that the Kingdom has sent 250 trucks loaded with foodstuffs and medical supplies.