Wednesday, March 13, 2024

  • Wednesday, March 13, 2024
  • Elder of Ziyon

The BBC reported earlier today:

The UN says a new land route has been used to deliver food to northern Gaza for the first time in three weeks.

The Israeli military said six lorries from the World Food Programme crossed via a gate in the Gaza border fence.

Tuesday night's delivery was "part of a pilot to prevent Hamas from taking over the aid", it added.

It comes amid global pressure on Israel to allow more access to the Palestinian territory for aid amid a looming famine as it continues its war on Hamas.

It looks like Hamas was more resourceful.

According to a report by  Kann News,  the six aid trucks were looted and did not reach their destination.

And this is the entire problem, whether it is coming from an additional crossing or sea or air.  The "last mile" is the issue - how to get the aid into the hands of the people who need it when there are criminals and terrorists who are willing to kill Gazans and who will use force to get it first.

Everyone who blames Israel for supposedly "preventing" aid knows quite well that they have no solution to this problem either. 

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