Israel is responsible for killing hundreds of Palestinian civilians

More than 100 Palestinians were shot Israel is responsible for killing hundreds of Palestinia civilians
Israel has claimed responsibility for the killing. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) claimed responsibility for the killing. The IDF has admitted that it opened fire on Palestinians waiting for humanitarian aid in southern Gaza.

In this incident, more than 100 Palestinians were killed, and at least 700 were injured. News from Anadolu.

According to the report, Israeli government spokesperson Ayalon Levy said in a message on social media X on Thursday (February 29), “The IDF opened fire on Palestinians to protect their convoy in Gaza.”

However, he later deleted the post and claimed that civilians were trampled to death.

At the time, he said, “Palestinians surrounded the truck for relief, and the truck driver panicked and drove away, causing them to die.” If you want to blame Israel for that, you can.’

On Thursday morning, Israeli forces opened fire on Palestinians waiting for humanitarian aid in the Al-Nabulsi roundabout area, south of Gaza City. At least 112 Palestinians were killed and 760 wounded in the attack, according to the health ministry that controls Gaza.

The IDF said preliminary investigations showed that some Palestinians tried to enter an aid truck near a military checkpoint. At that time, the security forces fired shots to warn the Palestinians. During this time, it proceeded forward by firing at the feet of the Palestinian rioters and dispersing them.

Incidentally, on October 7, the fighters of Hamas, the group that controls the Gaza Strip in Palestine, ambushed the Erez border in the northern part of Gaza, killing 1,200 people and capturing 240 Israelis and foreigners. After that attack, the Israeli army started operations in Gaza that day.

More than 30,000 people have been killed in Gaza since the beginning of the operation, which has been ongoing for more than four months, and the number of wounded has exceeded 70,000. In addition, millions of Palestinians have lost their homes due to the shelling by Israeli forces.

A second round of cease-fire negotiations is currently underway in Gaza. Egyptian President Sameh Shoukry said on Thursday that a second phase of the ceasefire in Gaza could begin before the upcoming Ramadan. The duration of that break will be 40 days.

Israel is accused of genocide in the International Court of Justice. An interim ruling in January ordered Tel Aviv to stop the genocidal actions and take measures to guarantee the delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza’s civilians.