The Red Cross has had a difficult time over the last decade or so as questions concerning its accounting procedures have lingered. Now, it is under scrutiny again over its handling of certain aspects of the Israel and Hamas conflict.
Ron and Simona are the parents of Doron Steinbrecher. Doron was kidnapped by Hamas terrorists on October 7, under terrifying circumstances. On that day, Ron and Simona saw terrorists on their way to the area where Doron lived. Their daughter called them, but the call was suddenly dropped. Her last voicemail to her parents was saying, “they caught me, they caught me, they caught me.”
Yesterday it was reported by the Jerusalem Post that Doron needs medication that, until her kidnapping, she took on a daily basis. Earlier in the week, Her parents were invited to a meeting with the Red Cross, which they believed would finally transfer her medication. Instead, they were lectured by representatives there and were told “think about the Palestinian side, It’s hard for the Palestinians, they’re being bombed.”
Simona was shocked by the callousness of the response saying “we left there as we entered, without new information,…
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