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Humza Yousaf’s in-laws arrive safely in Scotland | World | News

Prime Minister Humza Yousaf yesterday spoke of his relief when his in-laws arrived in Scotland from Gaza.

Mr Yousaf, 38, shared a family photo online which included his wife Nadia and parents Elizabeth and Maged El-Nakla.

The El-Naklas, from Dundee, were among 92 Britons allowed to pass through the Rafah border post into Egypt on
Friday morning.

They were visiting relatives in Gaza when the conflict with Israel broke out. Mr Yousaf, who told how the couple had to drink sea water in horrific conditions, said: “I am happy to say that my in-laws are safe and back home.

“We are of course delighted, but my father-in-law said: ‘My heart is broken in two – and with my mother, my son and my grandchildren in Gaza.’

“He then broke down telling me how hard it was to say goodbye to them.”

Mr Yousaf’s daughters Amal, four, and Maya, 14, are seen in the photo with other family members.

The prime minister’s brother-in-law is a doctor who is currently treating the wounded in Gaza.

Other relatives left in Gaza include Nadia’s grandmother.

Mr Yousaf calls for a ceasefire in Gaza, saying a “humanitarian pause” would not be an acceptable response to the thousands of deaths.


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