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Spare part Sunak vows Britain will stand by Israel’s right to defend itself from Hamas as PM marks six months since the October 7 attack – but warns the UK is ‘appalled’ at the deaths of British aid heroes killed in Gaza by the IDF (and more than 30,000 dead Palestinians?)

Rishi Sunak has vowed that Britain will stand by Israel‘s right to defend itself from Hamas as he marks six months since the October 7 attack.

But the Prime Minister has warned the Israelis to ensure aid gets into Gaza more swiftly, and said the UK remains ‘appalled’ by an Israel Defence Forces air strike which killed three British aid workers.

Today marks six months since the October 7 attack, in which Hamas militants breached the barrier between Gaza and Israel, they killed more than 1100 people and took 250 more hostage, approximately 130 of whom still remain in captivity.

Mr Sunak said: ‘But the whole of the UK is shocked by the bloodshed, and appalled by the killing of brave British heroes who were bringing food to those in need.’

‘Six months later, Israeli wounds are still unhealed. Families still mourn and hostages are still held by Hamas.’

He added: ‘Today marks six months since the terrorist outrage of October 7 – the most appalling attack in Israel’s history, the worst loss of Jewish life since the Second World War.

‘We continue to stand by Israel’s right to defeat the threat from Hamas terrorists and defend their security.’

He called for an immediate humanitarian pause in the fighting, ‘leading to a long-term sustainable ceasefire’.

The October 7 attacked was the trigger for Israel’s ongoing military action in the Gaza Strip, which has resulted in the deaths of more than 33,000 Palestinians, according to the territory’s Hamas-run health authority, as well as mass displacement of the population and an ongoing humanitarian crisis.

His message was accompanied by a piece in the the Sunday Times from Lord Cameron, the Foreign Secretary who placed further pressure on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after the killings of three British aid workers in an air strike by the Israel Defence Forces.

Lord Cameron issued a warning over Israel’s compliance with international law. He said there is ‘no doubt where the blame lies’, adding: ‘This must never happen again.’

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