“There is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza, Ms. Jolie is not offering the Israeli people any opportunity to defend themselves,” Herzog said in an interview with Piers Morgan
The Israeli president, Isaac Herzog, yesterday gave a televised interview in full to the famous presenter Piers Morgan (Piers Morgan), where – among others – he “answered” Angelina Jolie (Angelina Jolie), which had recently been placed over Palestinian civilians in the Gaza StripSaying that “They are being collectively bombed and punished by Israel, while at the same time they are deprived of food, medicine and humanitarian aid in violation of International Law”.
Herzog criticized the famous actress and former UN refugee ambassador, saying that “he has never visited Gaza to see what is happening on the ground” as well as that, with her statements, “does not offer the Israeli people any opportunity to defend themselves.”
“There is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza”
“I think he never visited Gaza, to see the events on the ground”stated Dukea few days after Jolie’s father, Jon Voight, himself criticized his daughter for her statements.
“With all due respect, people in Gaza know there is a war, but there is no humanitarian crisis preventing them from surviving. On the contrary, there is a safe zone agreed by the international community and Israel, in the southern part of Gaza, in order to move the citizens to this zone,” said the Israeli president.
Herzog went on to say that there is “a dramatic increase in international humanitarian aid to Gazain cooperation with the United States and the United Nations and many other nations, which Israel has strongly supported.”
“The people of Gaza can move, to root out this terrorist regime. This is what we know. Angelina Jolie gives the Israeli people no chance to defend themselves by saying what she sayshe said.
The Oscar-winning actress “uploaded” a text on Instagram a few days ago, writing: “Like millions of people around the world, I have spent the last few weeks sick and angry at the terrorist attack in Israel, the deaths of so many innocent citizens, and wondering how best to help. I too pray for the immediate, safe return of each hostage and for the families who bear the unimaginable pain of the murder of a loved one. Above all, for the children who were murdered and for the many children who are now orphaned.”
And he continued: “What happened in Israel is an act of terrorism. But that cannot justify the innocent lives lost by the bombing of a civilian population in Gaza, which he has nowhere to go, no access to food or water, no possibility of evacuation, not even the basic human right to cross borders to seek refuge.”
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