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Chicago chef honors 7 World Central Kitchen workers killed in Gaza as heroes

Seven humanitarian workers from the World Central Kitchen were killed in an Israeli airstrike in Gaza, prompting Chicago chef Tony Priolo to pay tribute to their dedication and sacrifice. Priolo had previously worked with Zomi Francom, one of the workers killed, during the war in Ukraine.

Priolo expressed his desire to volunteer in Gaza if given the opportunity, highlighting the importance of providing aid to those affected by conflict and famine. The founder of World Central Kitchen, celebrity chef José Andrés, also paid tribute to the fallen workers, calling them his “sisters and brothers” and “angels.”

World Central Kitchen operates in conflict zones, famine areas, and regions of unrest. Despite coordinating their movements with the Israeli Defense Forces, they were unintentionally hit by Israeli fire in what Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu referred to as a tragic accident.

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