Jaime Kardontchik

World Central Kitchen, Israel, and the Rafah operation

If the simple delivery of a small amount of humanitarian aid, coordinated between two friendly organizations, the World Central Kitchen and the government of Israel, ended in a disaster, what can one frankly expect from a complex operation consisting of evacuating an unfriendly population of more than one million people concentrated in Rafah, and providing for weeks food and basic health services to this population? Does Israel expect to coordinate this operation with Hamas to avoid civilian casualties?

And then – having taken care of the civilian population – proceed to an honorable duel between the two warring parties, Hamas and Israel, and let the best win!?

Israel should heed the advice of President Biden in this matter, leave the world of fantasies, and look for other ways to proceed. The author described an alternative path in his previous articles.

And then, we will be able to say that the lives of the eight workers of the World Central Kitchen have not been wasted and sacrificed in vain. Lesson learned.

About the Author
Jaime Kardontchik has a PhD in Physics from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. He lives in the Silicon Valley, California.
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