Biden slammed by Democrats and Republicans over response to Israeli airstrike that killed 7 aid workers in Gaza 

Published April 3, 2024

President Biden has received criticism from Democrats and Republicans this week over his response to an Israeli airstrike that killed seven World Central Kitchen aid workers in Gaza on Monday. 

On Tuesday, Biden, 81, said he was “outraged and heartbroken” over the deaths of the aid workers delivering food to Gaza’s population, but didn’t signal any change in approach to his administration’s backing of Israel in its war against Hamas. 

The president, in his public statement, pinned the blame squarely on Israel, demanding an investigation that “must bring accountability” and accusing the Jewish state of not having “done enough to protect aid workers” in the Palestinian territory. 

Privately, Politico reports, Biden is “enraged” over the airstrike and was “angry” when he was notified that the Israel Defense Forces mistakenly targeted members of celebrity chef Jose Andres’ humanitarian group.  



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Biden said he was ‘’outraged and heartbroken’’ after seven people who were working for the World Central Kitchen charity were killed in an Israeli airstrike on their convoy.

Published April 3, 2024
  • President Joe Biden said he was ”outraged and heartbroken” as he leveled some of his harshest criticism yet at Israel over the killing of seven people working for World Central Kitchen and called on the country to do more to protect civilians and aid workers. The Israeli military’s chief of staff, Gen. Herzi Halevi, said the attack was a ”mistake following a misidentification.”
  • The seven workers who were killed in the strike included a U.S. dual citizen and three British veterans, WCK said. The charity also told NBC News it believed an Israeli sniper fired on one of its vehicles two days before the deadly strike.
  • Water cannons were used to disperse thousands of protesters who had gathered for a third night to call for early elections in Israel and the release of the rest of the hostages held in Gaza. Protesters reached the front of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s home in Jerusalem, and Israeli police say a Molotov cocktail was thrown.
  • Israeli minister Benny Gantz called for elections to be held in September, two years before Netanyahu’s term is set to end. Gantz said an early election would restore public trust and prevent a “rift in the nation.”
  • The death toll in Gaza has surpassed 32,900, according to the enclave’s Health Ministry. Another 75,400 people have been reported injured. The Israeli military said at least 256 soldiers have been killed since the ground invasion of Gaza began.


RELATED: Biden furious over deaths of World Central Kitchen workers, but White House has no plans to change Israel policy

Published April 3, 2024

An Israeli strike in Gaza that killed seven aid workers for the non-profit World Central Kitchen has touched off fury and indignation inside the White House, prompting President Joe Biden on Tuesday to release a public statement using a word he has rarely invoked over the course of conflict that has been filled with endless tragedy: “Outraged.”

The deaths of the workers who were attempting to deliver food to starving civilians in the besieged enclave – including one dual US-Canadian citizen – has raised the frustration for Biden and his top officials to a new level, a senior administration official told CNN.

Biden’s statement Tuesday evening that mourned the deaths of the seven workers included some of the most fiery and blunt language from the president since the start of the Israel-Hamas war in October. He explicitly blamed Israel for failing to protect aid workers and civilians, and he said, “Incidents like yesterday’s simply should not happen.”




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