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Israeli airstrike on Gaza kills 7 workers

Tens of thousands of Israelis gathered in the streets of Jerusalem to protest Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government, with the ongoing war in Gaza adding to the discontent. The humanitarian agency World Central Kitchen, founded by celebrity chef Jose Andres, was among those targeted by Israeli airstrikes in central Gaza, resulting in the tragic deaths of seven workers from various countries.

The attack on the convoy carrying humanitarian food aid was condemned by World Central Kitchen CEO Erin Gore as an assault on humanitarian organizations trying to provide aid where it is desperately needed. The loss of lives has sparked outrage and calls for accountability from various quarters.

In response to the incident, the Israeli military issued a statement expressing regret over the tragic deaths and promising to conduct a thorough investigation to determine what went wrong. The military spokesman stressed the importance of adhering to international laws and standards, especially when dealing with humanitarian efforts in conflict zones.

Despite efforts to coordinate movements with the Israeli military, the convoy carrying humanitarian food aid was hit as it left the Deir al-Balah warehouse. The workers killed came from various countries, including a Palestinian, citizens from Australia, Poland, United Kingdom, and a dual citizen of the U.S. and Canada.

By Samantha Jones

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