Andres: Humanists were systematically targeted by the Israeli army, car by car

"This was not just an unfortunate moment: 'Whoops, we dropped the bomb in the wrong place...'. Even if we are not coordinating with the Israel Defense Forces, no democratic country and no army should target civilians and humanitarians," he said. founder and director of "World Central Kitchen"

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Andres, Photo: Reuters
Andres, Photo: Reuters
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The seven humanitarians of the "World Central Kitchen" (World Central Kitchen) were targeted by the Israeli army "systematically: car by car", said the founder and director of the organization, Spanish chef Jose Andres.

They were killed when the Israeli army targeted their convoy as they were returning from where they were overseeing the unloading of 100 tons of food that had arrived in Gaza by sea from Cyprus. Citizens of Poland, Australia, USA, Great Britain and Palestine were killed.

Andres told Reuters that his organization was in contact with the Israeli army, which knew where the aid workers were going.

"This was not just an unfortunate moment: 'Whoops, we dropped the bomb in the wrong place...'. Even if we are not coordinating with the Israel Defense Forces, no democratic country and no army should target civilians and humanitarians," he said. he.

Israel's military said it "deeply regrets" the incident, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called it "unintentional."

Andres said there were more than three attacks on the convoy.

He spoke with US President Joseph Biden yesterday and said that "the US must do more and tell Prime Minister (Israel's Benjamin) Netanyahu that this war must stop now."

Andres said his organization is reviewing the security situation in Gaza and the delivery of humanitarian aid.

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