World Central Kitchen, a charity founded by celebrity chef Jose Andres, has temporarily suspended its operations in Gaza after seven aid workers were killed in an Israeli airstrike. President Joe Biden called on chef Jose Andres to express his condolences for the tragic deaths of aid workers who worked for a non-profit organization.

Biden emphasized the importance of recognizing the tremendous contribution the organization has made to Gaza and communities around the world. The group coordinated its movement with the Israeli military and the convoy was clearly marked with the logo of World Central Kitchen. However, it is still unclear whether there were any specific security measures taken by Israel that led to this unfortunate incident.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described the airstrike as unintentional and tragic, promising an independent investigation into the incident. The United States expressed outrage at the airstrikes and called for a swift and comprehensive investigation by Israel’s military.

The US hopes for transparency in the investigation and expects appropriate accountability for the tragic loss of life. The World Central Kitchen workers who lost their lives in Gaza will be remembered for their dedication to helping those in need, regardless of political or geographical boundaries.

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