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UN: Israeli Strikes on Gaza Refugee Camp May Be War Crimes



Israel Hamas war scene

Israel claims that its raid on Tuesday successfully targeted top Hamas commander Ibrahim Biari.

The office expressed serious concerns about the disproportionate attacks and the high number of civilian casualties and destruction caused by the Israeli air strikes in the Jabalia refugee camp. They mentioned that these attacks have the potential to be classified as war crimes.

In retaliation for what Israeli officials describe as the worst attack in the country’s history, Israel has relentlessly bombarded Gaza.

Israeli officials claim that on October 7, Hamas gunmen crossed the border from Gaza, killing 1,400 people, mostly civilians, and taking over 230 hostages.

According to Gaza’s health ministry, the retaliatory bombing campaign by Israel has resulted in the deaths of 8,796 people, primarily women and children.

Footage from Wednesday’s strike on the camp, captured by AFPTV, depicted significant damage and rescuers working to save injured individuals from the rubble.

The high death toll from these strikes has led to widespread international condemnation, with Bolivia cutting diplomatic ties with Israel in protest.

Jordan has recalled its ambassador to Israel to denounce what it sees as Israel’s war on innocent people in Gaza.

On Wednesday, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’ spokesperson, Stephane Dujarric, stated that Guterres is appalled by the escalating violence in Gaza and the killing of Palestinians, including women and children, in Israeli air strikes on residential areas of the densely populated Jabalia refugee camp.