A Chicago chef has paid tribute to seven World Central Kitchen workers who were killed in an Israeli airstrike on Gaza. The World Central Kitchen operates in conflict zones, famine areas and regions of unrest and had coordinated its movements with the Israel Defense Forces. Despite this, they were hit and killed by Israeli fire in what Netanyahu said was a tragic accident.

The logo of the World Central Kitchen was visible on the caravans in footage of the explosion. One of the workers killed, Zomi Francom from Australia, had been involved in providing food for the same group that Chicago chef Tony Priolo had worked with during the war in Ukraine. Priolo, who considered Francom a hero for his selfless dedication to feeding people, expressed his willingness to volunteer in Gaza if given the opportunity.

The founder of World Central Kitchen, celebrity chef Jose Andres, called the deceased workers “sisters and brothers” and “angels,” emphasizing the impact of their work in helping those in need. He also expressed his gratitude to Netanyahu for acknowledging that it was a tragic accident and apologizing for it.

By Samantha Johnson

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