‘Kill Them All’: Inside the Israeli Blockade on Gaza Aid

IN-DEPTH VIDEOS, 1 Apr 2024

Jeremy Loffredo | The Grayzone – TRANSCEND Media Service

21 Mar 2024

Journalist Jeremy Loffredo goes inside the grassroots Israeli campaign to block desperately needed aid to the besieged Gaza Strip and elicits the shockingly candid views of the Jewish Israeli nationalists manning the barricades.

Setting out on a bus caravan through illegal Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank, Loffredo arrives at the Kerem Shalom crossing to Gaza, filming Israeli citizens as they physically block trucks loaded with flour and other essential goods. There, a reservist who served in the military assault on Gaza confesses to an array of war crimes, including blowing up the offices of UN centers dedicated to providing food to the local population.

Loffredo then joins nationalists on a march toward Gaza, where they hope to establish new settlements after the population is violently driven out.

Jeremy Loffredo is an independent journalist based in New York City.


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