Gaza, The Gulf Observer: Israeli soldiers have opened fire at an aid convoy as it was returning from Northern Gaza along a route designated by the Israeli army, said the UN agency for Palestinian refugees or UNRWA.
“Israeli soldiers fired at an aid convoy as it returned from Northern Gaza along a route designated by the Israeli Army,” Thomas White, director of the agency in the Gaza Strip, said in a statement.
“Our international convoy leader and his team were not injured but one vehicle sustained damage,” he added.
White stressed that “aid workers should never be a target.”
During its months of attacks on Gaza, Israel has hit hospitals, residences, and places of worship, which under the rules of war should be off-limits.
There are also reports that after ordering civilians in northern Gaza to go south early in the war, the Israeli army fired on them en route.