Israeli forces are accused of attacking an aid distribution site in Gaza City and a United Nations training center sheltering Palestinians in Khan Younis. An estimated one million people forced to flee from the heavy fighting have crowded in the city of Rafah, near the border with Egypt.
Aid workers say there’s not enough food, water or medicine and they’re worried about an outbreak of disease.
Joining the discussion:
- Joshua Landis is the Director of the Center for Middle East Studies at the University of Oklahoma.
- Nabeel Khoury is a former U.S. diplomat and was a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Center’s Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East.
- Khalil Jahshan is the Executive Director of the Arab Center Washington DC.
- Amotz Asa-El is a Senior Commentator with the Jerusalem Post and a Research Fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute.
World leaders condemn Israel’s deadly strikes on a UN shelter in Gaza’s Khan Younis that killed at least nine Palestinians, including four children and wounded 75 othershttps://t.co/x2T4x9EIUc
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Palestinians are using animal feed for food in Gaza, where one UN expert says a famine could already be happening because of Israel’s war and destruction of the food system ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/ea5ORYOldW
— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) January 23, 2024