Palestinian students in the Gaza Strip received gifts, toys and writing utensils from Iranian children as academic year started in the Israel-besieged region.The charity is called the "Riyad Al-Salihin Association for Children and Social Services" and is based out of Tehran.
The aid cargo which was sent under a humanitarian project named 'the school bags' included 1,600 school bags for girls and boys and stationary stuff like notebooks, pen, pencil, etc.
Egypt's Rafah crossing has not been open since August 21, so these school supplies must have gone through Israel and entered through the Kerem Shalom crossing.
Which means that this charity, which is almost certainly controlled by Iran, had to coordinate this aid package through Israeli authorities, even though Iran refuses to officially cooperate with the evil Zionist entity.
The story also shows, of course, that the people who claim that Israel doesn't allow things like school supplies into Gaza are lying.
(h/t Ibn Boutros)