PHOTO: International Passport seen lying on WU Kitchen manager, Zomi Frankcom, dead body after being killed by IDF airstrike while feeding starved Palestinians KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, April 1, 2024

PHOTO: International Passport seen lying on WU Kitchen manager, Zomi Frankcom, dead body after being killed by IDF airstrike while feeding starved Palestinians

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that International Passport seen lying on WU Kitchen manager, Zomi Frankcom, dead body after being killed by IDF airstrike while feeding starved Palestinians...

An airstrike killed four international aid workers and their Palestinian driver in Gaza on Monday, officials in the Palestinian territory said.

The aid workers were members of World Central Kitchen, a nonprofit founded by celebrity chef José Andrés that, according to the organization, has shipped more than 37 million meals to Palestinians in Gaza since Oct. 7. The aid workers were driving from Deir al-Balah to Rafah when their convoy was hit.

Commenting on the reports, the Israeli military said it was conducting a thorough review at the highest levels to understand the circumstances of what it called a tragic incident. “The IDF makes extensive efforts to enable the safe delivery of humanitarian aid, and has been working closely with WCK in their vital efforts to provide food and humanitarian aid to the people of Gaza,” the military statement said.

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese confirmed the death of Australian aid worker Lalzawmi “Zomi” Frankcom and said his government had contacted Israel to demand those responsible be held accountable.

World Central Kitchen board member Robert Egger said the Australian killed in Monday night's strike was 44-year-old Zomi Frankcom from Melbourne, The Associated Press reported.

"This is completely unacceptable. Australia expects full accountability for the deaths of aid workers," Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said Tuesday, AFP reported.

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