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Biden's Gaza dock woes continue, UN halts delivery over security concerns [VIDEOS]

Biden's Gaza dock woes continue, UN halts delivery over security concerns [VIDEOS]

The World Food Program (WFP), a division of the United Nations (UN), announced on Sunday that it would halt aid deliveries from the Biden regime's floating dock in Gaza citing security concerns on the ground. The U.S. military had built the pier in May, but it was rendered inoperable after being susceptible to bad weather and rough seas. However, it was repaired and anchored off the coast of Gaza on Friday. The goal was to deliver 90 truckloads of aid a day through the wharf, but just two days into the wharf's operation, it has been suspended. Cindy McCain, director of the WFP, said security concerns have increased for her staff after the “incident” that happened and two of her warehouses went up on Saturday.

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Meanwhile, Israel conducted a successful military operation to rescue four hostages held by Hamas in the Nuseirat camp in central Gaza. A shootout ensued, killing at least 274 Palestinians, according to local health authorities. Because of this, there have been concerns about the security of Central Command (CENTCOM) forces operating the dock due to environmental and conflict risks in Gaza. Three US soldiers were wounded in the May operations, and one was critically wounded. Four army ships backed up to the dock, but were unmoored by a storm, causing two ships to land on the coast of Gaza and two to float north to Israel, stranded.

Several humanitarian groups are coordinating with US officials in Gaza to continue the aid movement in a safe and effective manner. WFP will temporarily suspend aid deliveries until a security review is completed. Leaders are working to ensure operations will resume safely, without further damage.

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