Anger in the Emirates after the tragic loss of aid workers

The UAE has strongly condemned the recent attack on aid workers from the World Central Kitchen (WCK) in Gaza, calling for an independent investigation to hold those responsible accountable for violating International Humanitarian Law. The WCK has been providing assistance to residents of the Gaza Strip during the conflict, and there are concerns about the safety of those involved in humanitarian efforts in the region.

According to initial findings by the IDF, airstrikes targeted WCK vehicles after they had received food from an aid ship funded by the United Arab Emirates. This incident highlights the need for greater security measures to protect humanitarian aid workers and their operations in Gaza.

In a joint statement with Cyprus, the UAE once again condemned the incident and emphasized the need for international cooperation to address the humanitarian crisis in Gaza. The naval aid pier, a project funded by the UAE and WCK, was intended to facilitate the transfer of humanitarian assistance to Gaza but is now at risk due to this recent attack.

The UAE’s aid operation “The Brave Horseman,” led by President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed’s adviser Muhammad Dahlan, has been instrumental in providing support to Gaza. Dahlan’s efforts to reach out to residents of Gaza during the conflict demonstrate a commitment to easing their situation and challenging Hamas’ control in

By Sophia Gonzalez

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