Over 100 Palestinians Killed in Gaza Aid Distribution Chaos, Amidst IDF Crowd Fire

In a tragic incident reported from Gaza City, more than 100 Palestinians were killed while waiting for food aid. The fatalities occurred when Israeli tanks reportedly opened fire on a crowd gathered to collect supplies, resulting in panic and chaos. The Israeli military has released aerial footage of the event and claims that its troops acted after feeling threatened. The Hamas-run health ministry has provided figures indicating that over 30,000 Palestinians, mostly women and children, have been killed in Gaza since October due to Israeli strikes.

  • Over 100 Palestinians killed while waiting for food aid in Gaza City.
  • Israeli tanks fired on the crowd, leading to panic and subsequent casualties.
  • The Israeli military felt threatened by the crowds and confirmed the use of force.
  • Hamas-run health ministry reports over 30,000 Palestinians killed since October.
  • Majority of the casualties in Gaza are reported to be women and children.
  • Israeli military’s aerial footage shows chaos as people swarmed aid trucks.
  • Many of the deaths were due to being run over in the panic, not directly from shooting.
  • A UN Aid Chief has expressed repulsion at the reported killings and injuries.
  • International parties are assessing the situation to understand the sequence of events.

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