Death and destruction continues in Gaza. Residents are now in desperate need of food, water and medical supplies as the humanitarian crisis worsens.
Meanwhile, trucks of UN aid are still waiting to enter at the Egypt-Gaza border crossing but an agreement has not been reached on allowing them through.
Our guests are:
- Mustafa Barghouti is the leader of the Palestinian National Initiative.
- Edmund Ghareeb is an Academic and Middle East Expert.
- Matthew Brodsky is a Senior Fellow at the Gold Institute for International Strategy.
- Moien Odeh is Human Rights and International Law Attorney.
“These trucks are not just trucks.
They are a lifeline.
They are the difference between life & death for so many people in Gaza.”
— United Nations (@UN) October 20, 2023
From Jordan to Jakarta, and Turkey to Tunis, protesters around the world demanded an end to Israel's bombardment of Gaza after nearly two weeks of intense air and artillery strikes that authorities there say have killed more than 4,000 people https://t.co/NU6sksyFuH pic.twitter.com/Bm3LbSEtpd
— Reuters (@Reuters) October 20, 2023