The UN said last week that just a small percent of humanitarian aid trucks that are intended for starving Gazans are reaching their destination as workers in the enclave report a societal breakdown because of the dire conditions.
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U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken continued to offer his full support of Israel’s ongoing genocide last week and said there remained a lot of work to be done before there can be a peace agreement and hostage exchange.
The collective punishment of Gazans by Israel and its backers only worsened after the U.S. and other countries suspended their funding for UNRWA, the UN aid agency in the coastal enclave that provides residents with food and shelter.
Daniella Weiss, a top Israeli settler who served as mayor of a West Bank “settlement” (land stealer in violation of the Geneva Conventions are article 242 of the United Nations) called Kedumim, said one way to eradicate Palestinians from Gaza is to starve them out. and
A newly released poll released by Israel Channel 13 provides insights into how Israelis believe the war is being prosecuted by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and their feelings about the treatment of Palestinians.
The U.S.-backed collective punishment of Gaza continues.
Israel’s brutal blockade in Gaza since the 7 October Hamas attack has been effective in choking off Palestinians from food and water—pushing many of the 2.2 million in the coastal enclave on the brink of starvation.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced Saturday that humanitarian aid trucks lined up in Egypt have begun to make their way across the Gaza border, which should offer some limited relief for the city’s population of 2.3 million that have been choked off since the Hamas attack earlier this month.