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Palestinian President angry over the death of 104 civilians in Gaza, Israel gave this answer when called genocide – India TV Hindi

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104 Palestinians have died while waiting for aid in Gaza. This claim has been made by Gaza officials. The Israeli Army has told a shocking incident behind the death. The IDF says the Palestinians died as a result of “overcrowding and trampling”. The IDF also released aerial footage of Palestinians surrounding trucks bringing humanitarian aid to the northern Gaza Strip on the social media platform X. A spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said many of the dead were run over by trucks.

“People trying to loot crushed aid trucks and drivers drove into crowds of people, ultimately killing dozens of people,” spokesman Avi Hyman was quoted as saying by AFP news agency. According to a Reuters report, health officials in Gaza said on Thursday that 104 Palestinians were killed and 280 others were injured after Israeli firing targeted people waiting for aid near Gaza. One hospital reported receiving 10 bodies along with dozens of injured patients.

Palestinian President condemned the massacre

The office of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas described it as a “horrible massacre” carried out by Israeli forces against civilians waiting for aid trucks at the Nabulsi intersection. Also condemned it. According to Gaza Health Ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qidra, the incident occurred at the al-Nabusi intersection, located west of Gaza, in the northern area of ​​the enclave. According to Israeli reports, the conflict in Gaza began when Hamas militants infiltrated into Israel on October 7, 2023, killing 1,200 people and taking 253 hostages. Gaza health officials report that nearly 30,000 people have been confirmed dead in the area since then, while thousands more are feared buried under the debris.

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