World leaders condemn Israeli Occupation military's killing of aid workers in Gaza

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Published: 2024-04-04 11:05

Last Updated: 2024-06-15 15:17


World leaders condemn Israeli Occupation military's killing of aid workers in Gaza
World leaders condemn Israeli Occupation military's killing of aid workers in Gaza

Multiple world leaders condemned the Israeli Occupation military's recent actions resulting in the deaths of aid workers in Gaza.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took to the X platform to assert that Israeli Occupation must prioritize the safety of aid workers and provide a comprehensive explanation for the events in Gaza.

Trudeau deemed the killing of a Canadian citizen, who was delivering food to civilians in Gaza, as entirely unacceptable.

Similarly, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese voiced his disapproval on X platform, stating, "Zomi Frankcom was killed while doing humanitarian work in Gaza. Her death, like the death of every innocent person in this conflict, is unacceptable."

He urged the Israeli Occupation government to conduct a transparent investigation and ensure full accountability for the incident.

The criticism intensified after the Israeli Occupation military bombed a vehicle carrying seven individuals affiliated with the non-governmental organization World Central Kitchen, resulting in their deaths. The victims were three British nationals, a Palestinian, American-Canadian dual citizen, an Australian, and a Polish national. Following the tragedy, the organization announced the suspension of its operations in the region.

Pressure mounted on Israeli Occupation as countries like the United States and Spain demanded explanations for the killing of the relief workers. While the Israeli Occupation army acknowledged its role in the incident, it attributed it to the unfortunate errors that occur in times of conflict.