Who Were John Chapman and James Henderson, UK Citizens Killed In Gaza Attack

A convoy carrying John Chapman and James Henderson and 5 other men was annihilated by three drones launched by the IDF in Gaza yesterday. The car was plainly identified and run by World Central Kitchen (WCK), a charity that feeds Palestinians in the war-torn region. Henderson, 33, served six years as a member of the Royal Marines and was once a special forces operative. At the time of his death, Chapman, 57, had only been in Gaza for a few weeks.
Chapman (L) and Henderson.

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A convoy carrying John Chapman and James Henderson and 5 other men was annihilated by three drones launched by the IDF in Gaza yesterday. The car was plainly identified and run by World Central Kitchen (WCK), a charity that feeds Palestinians in the war-torn region. Henderson, 33, served six years as a member of the Royal Marines and was once a special forces operative. At the time of his death, Chapman, 57, had only been in Gaza for a few weeks.
According to neighbors in Falmouth, Cornwall, Henderson's family was first notified of his passing on Tuesday morning, one day after he was slain, Daily Mail Online said.
Horrible photos revealed how one automobile's roof had been blown completely off, and the power of the explosion had destroyed the interior of the car.
After being struck by Israeli artillery, the rear end of another car was mostly missing, leaving horrifying pictures of burnt wreckage strewn over the road.
There were obvious bloodstains scattered throughout the assistance trucks' white paint.
Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu stated that authorities "will do whatever for this not to take place again" after acknowledging that his troops were responsible for the drone strikes. However, last evening, the Israeli Prime Minister was informed by his British colleague Rishi Sunak that "he was appalled by the killing of aid workers" and that the situation was becoming "increasingly intolerable."
According to a Downing Street spokesman who talked to Daily Mail, "far too many aid workers and ordinary civilians have lost their lives in Gaza," Sunak continued.
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