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Israeli Media Boasts that the Israeli Army Used the US-Built Pier for Carrying Out Nuseirat Camp Massacre

Israeli media have widely shared a video revealing that the Israeli army utilized the US-built pier (installed in central Gaza) to carry out the heinous massacre that killed at least 210 Palestinains, in the Nuseirat refugee camp in June. 

Several Israeli media reports reported that a “special forces unit” had delved deep into the Nuseirat camp in a quest to recover four healthy living captives in the wake of intense bombing by Israeli warplanes. 

The healthy Israeli hostages were then flown out of Gaza through the US-built pier, while Palestinans struggled to transport more than four hundred Palestinans in carts and private cars due to the Israeli army relentlessly bombing dozens of ambulances, leading to a severe hindrance in rescue operations. 

Notably, the US-pier had been reinstalled on the coast on Friday after the US splurged tens of millions in repairs. 

On Saturday, June 8, the Israeli army announced that it has commenced with “securing the coastal area of the US military’s Joint Logistics Over-the-Shore (JLOTS) pier in Gaza.”

Washington on the other hand had claimed that the floating pier was built “to serve as a maritime corridor to deliver desperately needed aid into Gaza.”

“I’m directing the US military to lead an emergency mission to establish a temporary pier on the Gaza coast in the Mediterranean. This pier will facilitate the arrival of large ships loaded with food, water, medicine, and temporary shelters,” US President Joe Biden stated.

The Palestinian Resistance, however, warned several times that the floating pier was built to deliver weapons to the Israeli regime. 

“The pier is intended to provide cover for Washington’s support for the occupied state with weapons… International and regional talk about introducing aid has had no real impact on the famine in the strip,” the Palestinian Resistance said last month.

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