“He deliberately killed them.” A Hebrew newspaper acknowledges the failure of the occupation army to justify the flour massacre in Gaza “He deliberately killed them.” A Hebrew newspaper acknowledges the failure of the occupation army to justify the flour massacre in Gaza

“He deliberately killed them.” A Hebrew newspaper acknowledges the failure of the occupation army to justify the flour massacre in Gaza

“He deliberately killed them.” A Hebrew newspaper acknowledges the failure of the occupation army to justify the flour massacre in Gaza

The Hebrew newspaper Haaretz said that the Israeli occupation army provided “unconvincing” explanations about the flour massacre, which left dozens of civilians dead and wounded in Gaza City, stressing that the Palestinians in Gaza are certain that the occupation army is responsible for the massacre.

The Hebrew newspaper Haaretz said on Friday that Israeli explanations regarding the flour massacre, which occurred Thursday south of Gaza City and left dozens of Palestinians martyred and wounded, are “unconvincing.”

The newspaper added, "The Palestinians in the Gaza Strip are certain that the Israeli army deliberately killed dozens who boarded the aid trucks," as it put it.

Haaretz quoted medical sources and eyewitnesses to the incident, refuting the story of the Israeli occupation army, which claims that most of the martyrs at the site were trampled or crushed, and the soldiers only shot a few of them.

She pointed out that "the Israeli explanations for what happened were delayed by 10 hours, and it is very difficult to convince anyone."

Haaretz said that Tel Aviv "may face greater international pressure regarding a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, after the massacre."


On Thursday, Israeli forces opened fire on a gathering of Palestinians who were waiting for trucks carrying aid to arrive in the “Nabulsi Roundabout” area south of Gaza City, according to the government media office in Gaza, killing 112 people and wounding 760.

The Israeli occupation army claimed in a post on the

Negotiations are currently underway, mediated by Qatari-Egyptian-American, to reach a new truce before Ramadan, which falls on March 11 astronomically.

As a result of the war and Israeli restrictions, the residents of Gaza, especially the Gaza and northern governorates, are on the verge of famine, in light of a severe scarcity of food, water, medicine and fuel supplies, with the displacement of about two million Palestinians from the Strip, which Israel has besieged for 17 years.

Since October 7, 2023, Israel has been waging a devastating war on the Gaza Strip that has left tens of thousands of civilian martyrs, most of them children and women, in addition to an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe and massive destruction of infrastructure, which led to Tel Aviv being brought before the International Court of Justice on charges of “genocide.” Collective.”

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