The political advisor of the European Union, Maya Szrdrab, visited on Tuesday several headquarters of Charitable Organizations in the southern West Bank city of Hebron. The organizations are slated to shut down after Israel issued ordered to close them.Szrdrab was accompanied by members of the Temporary International Presence in Hebron (TIPH) and delegates of the Young Muslim Men Association and the Islamic Charitable Society in the city.

She visited schools belonging to the two societies and several orphanages, stores and shops that were attacked by the Israeli army and sustained considerable damages and losses.

The delegates of the charitable organizations informed Szrdrab on the consequences of the Israeli attacks and the disastrous consequences which will occur if Israel implements its orders to close the charitable societies especially since thousands of needy students and orphans will be affected by these orders.