Channel 12 reports that on June 24, a humanitarian convoy carrying dual-use goods entered the Gaza Strip. To prevent Hamas from seizing the cargo, the convoy was escorted by 33 armed guards from the United Arab Emirates.

The convoy arrived from Egypt and was scheduled to enter through the Kerem Shalom checkpoint, then head to the Emirates Hospital in Gaza. It was delayed at the checkpoint for several hours, affecting the IDF's operational schedule in the area.

The trucks carried food, medicine, nails and bolts of various sizes, iron wire, ceramic bulletproof vests, and helmets. Defensive weapons and materials like nails and bolts can be used by terrorists in combat and to increase casualties in explosions.

Army representatives confirmed the cargo details and the presence of UAE security guards. They noted that decisions about cargo and accompanying personnel are made at the political level, not the army level.