Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu admits strike which killed seven aid workers was ‘unintentional’

Kayla Sellwood
The Nightly
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Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has admitted the strike which killed ‘innocent people’ in Gaza was ‘unintentional’ after seven aid workers were killed.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has admitted the strike which killed ‘innocent people’ in Gaza was ‘unintentional’ after seven aid workers were killed. Credit: AP

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has admitted the strike which killed “innocent people” in Gaza was “unintentional” after seven aid workers died.

According to the BBC, Netanyahu said in a video message: “Unfortunately, in the last 24 hours there was a tragic case of our forces unintentionally hitting innocent people in the Gaza Strip.”

“It happens in war, we check it to the end, we are in contact with the governments, and we will do everything so that this thing does not happen again.”

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Australian woman Zomi Frankcom was one of the seven aid workers killed while attempting to deliver food to starving Gazans.

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