Netanyahu for the blow against World Central Kitchen in Gaza: It was involuntary, these things happen in a war

The Israeli Prime Minister admitted today that seven U.S. NGO partners World Central Kitchen were killed in the “outless” Israeli blow, but he “commissioned” as “an excuse” that “these happen in a war”, even though he “promised” that Israel would do anything to prevent it from happening again. “Unfortunately yesterday (Monday 1.4.2024), a tragic incident occurred, our forces inadvertently struck innocent people in the Gaza Strip,” Netanyahu said in a statement broadcast by Hadassah hospital where he was subjected on Sunday night to hernia surgery. “ These things happen in a war, we will look into it closely, we are in contact with the governments [of their countries] and we will do anything to prevent it from happening again, ‘ he added. This morning, the military spokesman, Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari, had expressed “the deepest condolences of the Israeli army to the families and the large family of the World Central Kitchen”. “We will start an investigation in order to look further at this serious incident. It will help us limit the risk of such an event happening again,” he also said. “The tragic event last night occurred due to a blow by the Israeli army and we are investigating the circumstances” [under which it happened], another military representative said, who added that General General Herzi Khalevi’s chief of staff will personally consider the conclusions of the initial investigation tonight.”