Under a system in place since October 21, aid trucks had to drive for inspection to the Al-Awja and Nitzana crossing on Egypt's border with Israel before returning to Rafah, a round trip of more than 80km
The petitioner, named Khalfan M., brother of a dead woman, named Nafaqa M., had filed a counter petition, demanding the rejection of Mohamed O’s claims.
Court records showed that Mohamed O. filed a lawsuit with the Abu Dhabi Shariah Court of First Instance, claiming affiliation to his late mother Nafaqa M. and consequently claimed his inheritance rights. Khalfan S., Nafaqa's brother, denied Mohamedís claims and demanded the dismissal of his claims. Similarly, Obeid I., Nafaqa's husband, denied fathering Mohamed.
The Abu Dhabi Shariah Court of First Instance ruled in favour of Mohamed O., substantiating his paternity claims to both Nafaqa M. and Obeid I. Khalfan contested the verdict before the Abu Dhabi Shariah Court of Appeal, which confirmed the earlier judgment. However, Khalfan then approached the Federal Supreme Court, claiming that his late sister, Nafaqa, had denied Mohamed's paternity claims before her death.
The Federal Supreme Court rejected Khalfan's claims, and noted that Mohamed O. had produced four prosecution witnesses, two men and two women, who confirmed hearing Nafaqa M. admitting that Mohamed O. was her son. Besides, Mohamed's filiation to his father was asserted by two other witnesses. Accordingly, the apex court dismissed Khalfan's petition, and ruled in favour of Mohamed O.
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