Hamas Terrorists bombed hospital, killed Palestine people only to blame Israel

In a recent incident in Gaza, there was an explosion at Al Ahli Hospital that resulted in more than 500 casualties. Hamas and Israel have exchanged accusations regarding the cause of the blast. Hamas claims it was caused by an Israeli rocket, while the Israeli government denies involvement, suggesting that a failed rocket launch by Islamic Jihad was responsible.

Israel has released videos to support its claim, showing the hospital before and after the explosion, emphasizing the absence of a visible crater. Israel’s military spokesman also mentioned that the damage may have been caused by rocket fuel rather than the warhead.

President Erdogan of Turkey has characterized the act of targeting a hospital inhabited by women, children, and innocent civilians as a stark illustration of a profound absence of fundamental human values.

The IDF posted a video with the caption, “An unsuccessful rocket launch attempt by the Islamic Jihad terrorist group was aimed at Al Ahli Hospital in Gaza City. The video shows IAF footage captured in the vicinity of the hospital both before and after the failed rocket launch by the Islamic Jihad terrorist organization.”

The video shows the building burst into flames after a rocket landed in the hospital parking lot. The Israeli military claimed that their weapons, particularly rockets, were high-impact and left craters wherever they struck. He said that no crater was visible near the hospital, and even the building did not suffer significant damage.

When asked about the explosion’s size, Israeli military spokesman Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari explained that it resulted from a fire in unused rocket fuel. The propellant rather than the weapon was responsible for much of the damage, he stressed.

Hagari also accused Hamas of inflating the number of casualties from the explosion and said it could not determine what caused the explosion as quickly as it claimed. Health officials in Gaza said the blast at Ahli Arab Hospital killed about 500 people. There was chaos on the ground as the dead and injured were taken to nearby medical centers.

At Al-Shifa Hospital, hundreds of bodies were covered in blood-stained sheets and white plastic sheets on the floor. Shocked relatives try to identify loved ones As tensions run high after the blast, Arab leaders canceled a summit with US President Joe Biden, who arrived in Israel today. Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Egypt, and the UAE criticized the attack and pointed fingers at Israel.

Before Tuesday’s blast, health officials in Gaza had said at least 3,000 people had been killed in Israel’s 11-day bombardment, which began after Hamas attacks on southern Israeli communities on October 7 that killed 1,400 and about 200 people were taken to Gaza as hostages. The fighting has raised fears of a wider war in the Middle East. Aircraft carriers have been deployed by the United States to provide support for Israel. At the same time, Hamas’s allies, including Iran and Tehran’s Lebanese proxy Hezbollah, have vowed to respond to Israel’s planned ground invasion of Gaza.

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