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Israel killed 7 aid workers in Gaza as they attempted to deliver food to starving civilians overnight Monday. Now, the Biden administration is getting ready to send $18 billion in F-15 fighter jets.




Overnight on Monday, Israel killed seven workers from the international aid group World Central Kitchen as they attempted to deliver food to starving civilians in Gaza.

And what is the Biden administration doing in the wake of the attack?

They’re getting ready to send Israel a massive cache of 2,000- and 500-pound bombs and dozens of F-15 fighter jets.

Major U.S. news outlets continue to parrot the Biden administration’s claims of concern about Palestinian lives while downplaying the direct role played by the U.S. as Israel’s primary arms dealer.

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Nearly 200 humanitarian workers have been killed since Israel’s assault on Gaza began, and World Central Kitchen described Monday night’s attack as a “targeted attack.”

World Central Kitchen, founded in 2010 by chef José Andrés, immediately ceased operations in Gaza, shutting off one of the few remaining aid sources for a population already suffering mass starvation.

This comes after the Biden administration cut off funding for UNRWA, the U.N. agency in charge of providing aid to Palestinian refugees.

As international human rights advocate Amed Khan wrote in The Intercept last week, “Israel’s devastating bombardment of Gaza wouldn’t be possible without tens of thousands of bombs and guided munitions sent by the U.S. since October 7.”

And the Biden administration’s blank-check support for Israel’s war on Gaza is enabled by the overwhelming anti-Palestinian bias that pervades most U.S. media coverage of the war.

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