Former Chief of Staff of Israel: We are responsible for the killing of 100 Palestinians who waited for aid Former Chief of Staff of Israel: We are responsible for the killing of 100 Palestinians who waited for aid

Former Chief of Staff of Israel: We are responsible for the killing of 100 Palestinians who waited for aid

Former Chief of Staff of Israel: We are responsible for the killing of 100 Palestinians who waited for aid

The Hebrew newspaper Maariv quoted the former Israeli chief of staff as saying: "We are responsible for the death of a hundred people during the distribution of aid in the northern Gaza Strip." Ya'alon said Netanyahu would prefer to remain in power and repatriate detainees was not his priority and that the threat of entering Rafah was a hoax.

Former Israeli Chief of Staff Moshe Ya'alon admitted his country's responsibility for the death of a hundred people during the distribution of humanitarian aid in the northern Gaza Strip, according to statements quoted by the Hebrew newspaper Maariv, Sunday.

The Hebrew newspaper quoted Ya'alon as saying that "Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prefers to remain in power and return detainees is not a priority for him," noting that "the threat of entering Rafah is a hoax."

"If we need to enter, why didn't we enter? Why did we lay off the reserve units?"

The former Israeli chief of staff stressed that "within the government there are officials who demand the sacrifice of detainees in exchange for the occupation of the Gaza Strip, the expulsion of Palestinians and the settlement of Jews there.

Israeli ministers accused Netanyahu of trying to delay difficult decisions. Yedioth Ahronoth quoted Israeli cabinet ministers as saying, "We have the impression that Netanyahu is trying to delay difficult decisions."

The Israeli War Council is scheduled to meet on Sunday evening to discuss the powers of the negotiating delegation, which is expected to leave for Doha on Monday morning, headed by the head of the Israeli intelligence service (Mossad) David Barnea.

Hebrew media reported that the meeting was planned to take place on Saturday, but the Israeli prime minister decided to postpone it, prompting Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Galant to hold an alternative session with the leaders of the army and security services, to discuss the exchange deal and the position on the proposal of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas).

Hundreds of Palestinians (including 127 Palestinians killed and more than 760 injured in just two days) were killed and injured through a series of Israeli targeting of civilians trying to obtain humanitarian aid as the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip continued.

The European Union called for an international investigation into the massacre of Al-Rashid Street in western Gaza, in which Israeli occupation soldiers shot at civilians trying to reach food in Gaza, while the UN Security Council expressed concern about the massacre and called for the protection of civilians.

The Hebrew newspaper Haaretz said that the Israeli occupation army provided "unconvincing" explanations about the flour massacre that killed dozens of civilians between a martyr and a wounded in Gaza City, stressing that the Palestinians in Gaza are sure that the occupation army is responsible for the massacre.

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