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Saturday, October 21, 2023 

Trucks allegedly carrying aid packages into Gaza were not inspected for weapons (Update: NYT posted correction)

Now it's clear that efforts are being made to prolong the war in Gaza, as truck convoys entering with supposed aid were uninspected:
The convoy of 20 trucks which entered Gaza through the Rafah Crossing with Egypt on Saturday were not checked for weapons, the New York Times reported.

The convoy was supposed to be carrying food, water, and medical supplies.

According to IDF spokesman Daniel Hagari, no fuel was brought into Gaza on the trucks, NYT added.

However, according to the NYT, the first 20 trucks were not inspected for weapons, as Israel demanded they be.

The site added that Stéphane Dujarric, spokesman for the United Nations secretary general, said that future aid convoys entering Gaza "will need to be inspected," and that "there are scores of aid trucks still waiting on the Egyptian side of the border."
If the UN had any involvement in this transfer, their word means nothing. And the following news presented by Mark Levin is no improvement: To make matters worse, Front Page Magazine reveals Joe Biden got paymens from a family business with Islamic terror/Hamas ties. This is very bad.

Update: the family of the released hostages says there's no celebrating until all hostages are freed as well.

Update 2: back in the USA, it turns out a lawyer working for the far-left SPLC took part in the unlawful demonstrations at Capitol Hill this past week.

Update 3: it's now being reported that the NY Times corrected its earlier report, now telling that the trucks were inspected:
The New York Times corrected a report on Saturday that the publication said misquoted the chief spokesman of the United Nations Secretary General’s office.

Over the weekend, the Times reported that U.N. spokesman Stéphane Dujarric said that the 20 aid shipments that entered Gaza on Saturday were not inspected before crossing the border with Egypt, meaning that weapons could have potentially been included in the trucks. A correction to that statement was issued shortly after.

“Because of an editing error, an earlier version of this article misquoted Stéphane Dujarric, the chief spokesman for the U.N. secretary general’s office,” the statement from the Times said. “Mr. Dujarric did not say the first aid convoy that crossed from Egypt into Gaza had not been inspected for weapons. He said the Israeli side was fully aware of their contents.”
Well let's hope what they say now is correct. Because truly, Gaza doesn't deserve any aid at all, and Hamas must be defeated, period.

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