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Israel’s shooting of civilians in Gaza, Biden: “Contradictory versions. Now more complicated negotiations”. Meloni: “Deep dismay”

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Israel’s shooting of civilians in Gaza, Biden: “Contradictory versions. Now more complicated negotiations”.  Meloni: “Deep dismay”

You shoot him Gaza for the White House I am a “accident grave“. The Israeli army opened fire on the crowd of civilians who, driven by the desperation of hunger, had crowded around a truck in the hope of receiving help food: at least 104 people I am death. The United States they are examining the various versions”contradictory” on the shooting, explained the US president, Joe Biden. However, he did not hide his pessimism: “It is likely that there will not be” a temporary ceasefire in Gaza by Monday, he admitted. Then, to those who asked him if the shootings in Gaza will complicate the negotiations on the hostages and the truce in the Strip, he replied with a dry: “I know”. The White House National Security Council spokesperson added: “We mourn the loss of innocent lives and recognize the difficult humanitarian situation in Gaza, where innocent Palestinians they’re just trying to feed their families.” The prime minister Georgie Melons released a note: “I learned with deep dismay e worry the dramatic news of what happened today in Gaza. It is urgent for Israel to ascertain the dynamics of the facts and the related responsibilities. The new and numerous civilian victims require that efforts be immediately intensified negotiations in place to create the conditions for a ceasefire and the release of the hostages.” A reminder to Tel Aviv also came from the Foreign Minister, Antonio Tajani: “We strongly ask Israel to protect the population in Gaza and to rigorously ascertain the facts and responsibilities.”

Hamas has warned that shooting at Palestinians queuing for aid in Gaza could lead to failure of the interviews for the truce and for the release of the hostages. “The negotiations conducted by the movement’s leadership are not an open process to the detriment of blood of our people”, we read in the statement, which Reuters reports on its website, in which it states that Israel is held responsible for any failure of the talks. Tel Aviv instead nega to be responsible of the majority of victims recorded today in Gaza: the military spokesman Peter Lerner claims that they would have occurred two accidents separated, hundreds of meters from each other. “At 4am a convoy of 30 aid trucks passed the army checkpoint in Wadi Gaza and was later surrounded by thousands of people. The crowd is over out of control and dozens of people were injured or killed in the Calcutta, others were hit by trucks.” The soldiers opened fire only in the second episode, “feeling threatened and dozens of civilians“. This second incident, again according to Lerner, was “much more limited”. After the convoy had passed, dozens of people gathered around the army post. ”Being a war zone, the military fired warning shots into the air and then in the direction of those who refused to move away.” “The army is continuing to investigate these incidents,” the officer concluded.

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“The vita is leaving Gaza to a rhythm terrifying“: instead declared the head of the humanitarian office of the United Nations, Martin Griffiths, commenting on the shooting by the Israeli army. “I am indignant for reports that hundreds of people were killed and injured today during a relocation operation humanitarian aid west of Gaza City,” Griffiths wrote inEgypt “strongly condemns the inhumane attack of Israel against unarmed Palestinian civilians who were waiting for the arrival of humanitarian aid trucks north of the Gaza Strip.” as stated in a note from the Egyptian Foreign Ministry, defining the action as “one clear violation of the provisions of international law he was born in humanitarian law international, as well as a total contempt for the value of the human person”.

The presidency of thePalestinian National Authority (PNA), led by Mahmoud Abbasin turn condemned “theatrocious massacre carried out this morning by Israeli occupation tanks and artillery against hundreds of innocent civilians who were waiting for the aid trucks to arrive.” “The killing of large numbers of innocent civilian victims who have risked their livelihood is considered an integral part of genocidal war committed by the occupying government against our people,” the note continues. “Israel and the Israeli occupation authorities bear full responsibility and will be held accountable to the law courts international“, adds Abbas’ office, calling for intervention from the whole world. Even the president’s office Abu Mazen talks about “one despicable massacre” of which “has the full responsibility the occupation government”.

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