The Hague: The Senior Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has made it clear that obstructing the delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza by Israel could be considered a crime.
The Senior Prosecutor, while giving a warning, stated that Israel needs to ensure the prompt delivery of food and medicines to the residents of Gaza without delay. On the other hand, from Egypt’s Rafah Crossing, 10 additional trucks of humanitarian aid to Gaza have been sent.
According to the Palestinian Red Crescent Society, 94 trucks of humanitarian aid have reached Gaza for the besieged innocent Palestinians who are victims of Israeli war crimes. Prior to October 7th, the daily count of these trucks was more than 400. Fear-stricken in Gaza due to Israeli attacks, citizens resorted to taking sacks of flour, wheat, and food and drink items from the United Nations warehouses on their own, as they felt unsafe and vulnerable in their own land.
The Gaza director of the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees, Thomas White, stated “People are scared, frustrated and desperate.” and warned that it could lead to the breakdown of the civil order.