LAHORE - Two Palestinians, who got multiple injuries in Israels deadly attack, will arrive Pakistan today (on Sunday) from Gaza for treatment in the Jinnah Hospital Lahore. Gaza victims Muhammad Ismaeel and Nabil Ahmad will arrive at Allama Iqbal International Airport on Etihad Airways (Flight 654) at around 4:00am. As many as 15 more patients will be arrived in Pakistan for treatment within next days. The Jinnah Hospital management has made specially arrangements for the treatment of the Palestinian patients at the hospital by constituting a team of senior medics including Prof Hafiz Muhammad Ijaz, Nephrologist, Prof Saleem Akhtar Transplant and Urology Surgeon, Prof Nusrat Ali, Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr Liaqat Ali anaesthetist. Principal Allama Iqbal Medical College Prof Javed Akram will supervise the team of the doctors. The hospital will bear all travelling, boarding, lodging, medical, accommodation etc expenditures during the stay of the Gaza victims and their close relatives till their treatment in Pakistan. Special VIP rooms have been reserved for the Gaza victims in the Jinnah Hospital besides other necessary arrangements for their stay and treatment. One of the said patients will under go kidney transplant while other will be rehabilitated from the multiple injuries due to war trauma. The entire cost shall be borne by the Gaza Relief Fund established during the aggressive attack of Israel on Gaza leaving the scores of Palestinians killed and several injured. Talking to this scribe Principal Allama Iqbal Medical College Prof Javed Akram said, We will never forget our brothers and sisters in agony due to extreme aggression of Israel. Till the last victim of the war is rehabilitated we and our team will continue to transfer Palestinians victim from Gaza to Pakistan. He also requested the Muslim community to participate in the rehabilitation process by welcoming the injured Palestinians at the Lahore Airport and their treatment at the Jinnah Hospital. He said in order to expresses solidarity with the Palestinian brothers, a large number of doctors were ready to receive them at the airport. It is pertinent to mention that first team of Jinnah Hospitals senior doctors also comprising paramedical staff had camped at the border of Gaza for two weeks during the initial days of war.