Israel at the stake after the death of 7 humanitarian workers and the destruction of al-Shifa hospital

On Tuesday, UN members inspected one of the World Central Kitchen vehicles hit by Israeli drone strikes in Deir el-Balah in the Gaza Strip.
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ANALYSIS – Three drone strikes targeted, Monday evening, a convoy from the NGO World Central Kitchen coordinating its route with the IDF in the north of the Gaza Strip.

Alone in the docks, Israel faces more international isolation than ever before. The deaths of seven humanitarian workers hit by drone strikes in the Gaza Strip on Monday evening sparked an outcry that, once, seemed to have crossed the gulf of understanding that cut the country off from the rest of the world. In a sign that the matter is being taken very seriously, an inflexible Benjamin Netanyahu, emerging from general anesthesia, was upset on Tuesday. “A Tragic Event” During this “Our forces accidentally attack non-combatants in the Gaza Strip”. He promised to do everything “So this won't happen again.” Israeli President Isaac Herzog in his “Apologies“. The tragedy occurred hours after the Israeli army announced that it had ended its operation against Al-Shifa Hospital, the largest in the region. The site, which is protected by international humanitarian law, was destroyed by the fighting.

A disastrous picture for Israel

On Tuesday, throughout the day, the networks…

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