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Colbert urges Netanyahu to end the war following World Central Kitchen deaths

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Apr 4, 2024

Stephen Colbert made a heartfelt plea to Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to put an end to the ongoing war with Hamas, following the tragic deaths of six World Central Kitchen workers and a translator in Gaza. Speaking on Wednesday’s episode of “The Late Show,” Colbert emphasized the importance of discussing the conflict in Israel and Gaza, highlighting the devastating impact it has had on both sides.

Colbert acknowledged the passionate disagreements surrounding the conflict but stressed that basic human needs such as food and water should not be compromised. He urged for a ceasefire to ensure that people in the region have access to essential resources. Netanyahu admitted to the responsibility for the strike that resulted in the deaths of the aid workers, promising a thorough investigation into the incident.

Responding to Netanyahu’s statement that such incidents occur in war, Colbert pushed back, holding the leader accountable for the consequences of the ongoing conflict. He called for an end to the war and emphasized the importance of humanitarian efforts in providing support to those in need. Colbert highlighted the work of World Central Kitchen, founded by chef José Andrés, in delivering food to communities affected by disasters and conflicts.

In an emotional appeal, Colbert encouraged viewers to donate to World Central Kitchen to support their efforts in delivering essential supplies to those impacted by the conflict. He stressed the urgency of addressing the immediate needs of people in the region and called for collective action to ensure that everyone has access to food. Colbert’s message resonated with the audience, emphasizing the importance of compassion and support in times of crisis.

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