Israel “systematically targeted” Gaza food aid workers, new evidence shows — it wasn’t an “accident!”
04/05/2024 // Ethan Huff // Views

World Central Kitchen founder and chef Jose Andres is speaking out about Israel's killing of seven relief workers in Gaza, calling the attack "systematically targeted" and intentional.

After reviewing the evidence, Andres stated that Israel clearly and systematically, "car by car," targeted the aid workers with three separate airstrikes, one for each relief vehicle.

Israel Defense Forces (IDF) claims the attack was not deliberate but merely an accident, but Andres is not buying it.

The IDF knew full well, Andres explained in an interview, that the vehicles were humanitarian vehicles, and that the objects being transported were food, because it was all discussed with the Israeli military previously. Nevertheless, the IDF bombed each of the vehicles, killing everyone inside.

"Even if we were not in coordination with the IDF, no democratic country and no military can be targeting civilians and humanitarians," Andres told Reuters, adding that this was not a "bad luck situation where, 'oops,' we dropped the bomb in the wrong place."

Andres wrote an op-ed for the New York Times called "Let People Eat" that discusses the matter further.

(Related: The rest of the world is fed up with Israel's atrocious behavior in Gaza.)

White House mulls how to respond

The Biden regime has not yet indicated what it will do in response to the attacks. President Biden has expressed outrage over Israel's behavior, but it is unclear what will happen, if anything, to punish the Zionist state.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was tight-lipped about the matter after it happened, failing to address the matter directly, even though the U.S. continues to send multibillion-dollar welfare checks to Israel for military aid.

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"We've had, we're having conversations with Israel," Jean-Pierre said. "We've been very clear about that. Those conversations have been tough. We've been very public about those conversations on this particular incident. There will be an investigation."

"The president has said he wants it to be swift, he wants it to be comprehensive, and he is there to seek accountability, to bring account for account, right? To bring accountability."

Biden issued a strongly worded statement to Israel on paper, but did not speak with his mouth about the incident.

"And you heard from the President last night in his statement, he is - he's outraged, he is heartbroken," Jean-Pierre continued. "We're all heartbroken here, those seven lives."

Jean-Pierre's words echoed those of Biden who used similar verbiage about being "heartbroken" and "outraged" over what happened.

"They were providing food to hungry civilians in the middle of a war," Biden's statement about the aid workers reads.

"They were brave and selfless. Their deaths are a tragedy. Israel has pledged to conduct a thorough investigation into why the aid workers' vehicles were hit by airstrikes. That investigation must be swift, it must bring accountability, and its findings must be made public."

When pressed about why the Biden regime refuses to conclude that the strike was deliberate, national security spokesman John Kirby told reporters that an investigation is still underway to determine precisely what happened.

"As I said yesterday, they're investigating it and we have every expectation – we do expect that they will do a thorough job, a swift job, and that they'll be transparent about what they find," Kirby said.

IDF Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi apologized publicly for the strike, calling it a "misidentification."

"I want to be very clear: the strike was not carried out with the intention of harming WCK aid workers. It was a mistake that followed a misidentification at night during a war in very complex conditions. It shouldn't have happened."

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