What the hell? The Red Cross is dirty.
The Israeli Times reports on the International Red Cross’s response to the family of a kidnapped daughter by Hamas:
The International Committee of the Red Cross contacted the family of one of the Israeli hostages being held by the Hamas terrorist organization last week, not to offer any support or hope, but to criticize them for focusing on the well-being of their daughter rather than the suffering of the people holding her hostage, Kan News reported.
According to the report, when Roni and Simona, the parents of Doron Steinbrecher, were contacted by the Red Cross and invited to a meeting with the organization’s representatives, they thought the Red Cross would finally be bringing Doron her much-needed medication. Instead, the Red Cross told the concerned parents to “think about the Palestinian side” due to the bombings of the IAF.
Doron, 30, was kidnapped from Kfar Aza on October 7. According to her parents, she needs her daily medication, which she has been without for the last 64 days in captivity.
The Red Cross brags about helping people in Israeli occupied lands on its website:
Israelis have a different response from the IRC. Israelis have been asking since Hamas terrorists invaded Israel – where is the Red Cross?