Israel DIDN’T see this coming – World fury grows, with UK possibly axing arms deals after World Central Kitchen slaughter


The world has turned heat on Israel after commiting a great case of ‘war crime‘ of bombing seven WKC aid workers in a drone strike in Gaza.

What Israel Did Wrong

The world sees it as a ‘slaughter’ after the aid workers did everything right and dotted every lines in the textbook – the aid convoy of three cars were CLEARLY marked as working for the humanitarian organisation, moved along an IDF-APPROVED route, was still got blasted in a ‘triple tap’ strike on Monday.

Leaders in the UK, the US, Poland, Canada, and Australia – the countries the foreign nationals in the group hailed from – among those calling for accountability really have a score to settle with Israel.

Who Were the Aid Workers Killed?

Among the passengers in the wrecked aid convoy were former Royal Marine James Henderson, 33; former SBS soldier John Chapman, 57; as well as a British military veteran James Kirby.

Europe Wants Full Accountability

Britain has since summoned the Israeli ambassador to London and has demanded ‘full accountability’ over the deaths, which foreign secretary David Cameron described as ‘completely unacceptable’.

Israel has apologised for what it called ‘a grave mistake‘ and said it is investigating the incident. But the world is not settling for it.

Will UK Stop Sending Arms to Israel?

As it is, the UK government could now suspend arms sales to Israel once it has established the all of the facts of the incident, according to a whisper from an inside source.

The death of the seven workers has been linked to the deaths of many aid workers as a result of the war.

And yes! The aid worker death toll has exceeded that of any other conflict.

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How Many Aid Workers Have Been Killed In Gaza?

Over 196 aid workers, including 175 members of the UN staff, have now been killed since October 7, according to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. 

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken rightfully said the seven victims in the WCK aid convoy ‘join a record number of humanitarian workers who have been killed in this particular conflict.’ 

In a strongly worded statement, US President Joe Biden said Israel ‘has not done enough to protect aid workers trying to deliver desperately needed help to civilians.’

He called for a ‘swift’ investigation to bring accountability to what he said was not a ‘stand alone incident’.

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