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Monday, March 4, 2024

Hostage Families Furious as Biden, Bibi Offer $100M in Aid to Hamas-Run Gaza

'We remind you that children... are being held underground like animals without any human conditions...'

(Luis CornelioHeadline USA) The distressed families of civilians being held hostage by Hamas terrorists strongly rebuked President Joe Biden’s decision to give $100 million in aid to the Gaza Strip.  

The move, which was part of an agreement between Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has sparked outrage among the families who had hoped for a tougher stance against the terrorist group, the Times of Israel reported on Thursday

“The decision to allow humanitarian aid to the murderers of Gaza has caused great anger among the family members,” said the Bring Them Home Now organization, which represents the families of those kidnapped.

“We remind you that children, babies, women, soldiers, men and the elderly — some of whom have serious health issues, are wounded and shot — are being held underground like animals without any human conditions, and the government of Israel is treating the murderers to baklava and medicine,” the group said, emphasizing the dire conditions under which the hostages were being held.

The hostages were taken by Hamas following their deadly assault on Israel, which resulted in the deaths of over 1,400 individuals. Approximately 200 individuals, including Americans, were abducted and taken to Gaza, where they remain in captivity. 

Under the U.S.-Israeli agreement, essential supplies such as water, medicine, and food are set to reach the southern region of Gaza, primarily through the entry point in Egypt. However, Netanyahu warned that if any aid reaches Hamas, further supplies would be immediately blocked.

In response to the ongoing crisis, Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant initially ordered a complete siege on the Gaza.

“I have ordered a complete siege on the Gaza Strip. There will be no electricity, no food, no fuel, everything is closed,” Gallant declared, as reported by the Times of Israel. “We are fighting human animals and we are acting accordingly.”

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