Hungry children are dying in Gaza as Israel's chokehold on aid drives territory toward starvation

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Andreas Krieg, an associate professor in the School of Security Studies at King's College in London, said Israel's government hasn't tried to hide the fact that it sees the denial of humanitarian assistance to the people of Gaza as a means to punish Hamas.

"Humanitarian assistance has been weaponized from Day 1," he said.

"When [Yoav] Gallant, the defence minister, said that they would cut off electricity and water supply to Gaza, that was the first clear indication that Israel was not going to abide by international humanitarian law."
Period6 Mar 2024
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  • Gaza
  • Israel