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The desperate plight of Humza Yousaf’s relatives, trapped in Gaza

12 October 2023

7:26 PM

12 October 2023

7:26 PM

Scotland’s First Minister Humza Yousaf has his flaws as a politician but when it comes to the brutal attacks on Israel by Hamas terrorists, his response has been clear, dignified and – given his family’s current circumstances – courageous. Yousaf has risen to the moment.

The SNP leader’s parents-in-law, Margaret and Maged El-Nakla of Dundee, are currently trapped in Gaza, running out of food and fearful for their lives.

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