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Gaza authorities called the airdrop of humanitarian aid ineffective.

Gaza authorities called the airdrop of humanitarian aid ineffective.

Airdropping humanitarian aid into the Gaza Strip is ineffective, the enclave government’s media office has said.

This week, a number of countries, including Egypt, Jordan, the UAE, Qatar, and France, began airdropping humanitarian aid into the Gaza Strip.

“Some countries have shown zeal for the idea of ​​airdropping aid, but everyone knows that this is not the best way to provide aid to the population of the Gaza Strip,” the media office said.


According to Gaza authorities, a number of countries dropped aid with good intentions, while some others, including the United States, which supplies Israel with weapons, did so “with insidious and evil intentions.”

The media office emphasized that some of the aid being dropped falls near the separation fence or areas controlled by the Israeli army, posing a threat of death to citizens trying to receive aid.

“Airdrop operations are very complex in a densely populated environment like the Gaza Strip, home to 2.4 million people,” the Gaza Media Office added.