Hamas fire rockets at crossing of ‘their own’ humanitarian aid convoy

Hamas has fired rockets at the crossing where its own humanitarian aid convoy was travelling after Israel approved the aid convoy to cross into Gaza, according to Jerusalem Post columnist Emily Schrader.

“Yesterday Israel did approve humanitarian aid crossing into Gaza… however, after the first eight convoys went through the crossing, Hamas actually fired rockets at that crossing, even though it was their humanitarian aid for their people going through,” she told Sky News host Andrew Bolt.

Ms Schrader also said this was a deliberate tactic by Hamas to “portray Israel in a negative light”.

“This is a tactic; this is definitely a tactic that we’ve seen from Hamas – we know that they want the people to suffer… when the people suffer, they are able to portray Israel in a negative light.”

Watch the report by Andrew Bolt on Sky News.