The “Open Arms” organization ends its mission in Gaza after the “devastating” attack on the World Central Kitchen

The “Open Arms” organization ends its mission in Gaza after the “devastating” attack on the World Central Kitchen

The “Open Arms” organization ends its mission in Gaza after the “devastating” attack on the World Central Kitchen

Open your arms She announced that she would be suspended Mission to GazaThis came after the “devastating” attack on the humanitarian aid convoy global central kitchen, The organization founded by Chef José Andrés, which led to the deaths of seven workers. Open Arms and World Central Kitchen cooperated in the process of delivering food to the Palestinian population through the humanitarian corridor established between Cyprus and the Gaza Strip. Open Arms said in a statement that the attack “represents a painful turning point” in the organization’s efforts “to alleviate the humanitarian crisis in Gaza.” Meanwhile, Oyenaji remembers the seven aid workers “who were killed in an incomprehensible act of violence.”

In the statement, Open Arms stressed that the cooperation with World Central Kitchen had achieved “an unprecedented achievement,” such as opening the first humanitarian sea corridor to Gaza from Cyprus, “and overcoming two decades of the naval blockade imposed by Israel.”

On March 15, the two organizations “successfully” delivered the first 200 tons of food as part of the ship operation. On Saturday 31 March, three ships, including the Open Arms, a floating platform, set sail from Cyprus on the second shipment of naval aid. They transported nearly 400 tons of food, from which one million meals could be prepared.

It was able to unload 100 tons, as a ground convoy belonging to the World Central Kitchen tried to transport it to a warehouse in Deir al-Balah. Three Israeli missiles prevented this, and caused the death of the seven relief workers who were traveling in the vehicles. Brands were placed on the vehicles and the organization reported its movements to the Israeli army.

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“We are back from Gaza, but not our colleagues from World Central Kitchen,” said Open Arms founder Oscar Camps. He added: “Now countries are rushing to offer their condolences to the families of the victims, but they are not showing the same speed to stop shipping weapons to this destruction laboratory.”

In this sense, Camps pointed out that in Gaza, “more than 35,000 people died in what the superpowers hesitate to call: genocide.”

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