Al-Shifa Hospital was a Hamas hideout where militiamen and weapons were hidden using the underground network of famous tunnels built by the militants of the Palestinian armed party. This was how Israel and its army justified the raids and ground operations that made the attack on the structure one of the bloodiest […]
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Al-Shifa Hospital it was a Hamas hideout Used to hide militiamen and weapons by exploiting the Famous’s underground network tunnel built by militia members of the Palestinian Armed Party. As Israel and his army justified the raids and ground operations that made the attack on the facility one of the bloodiest attacks since the invasion began Gaza. Dozens of civilians died in the dismantling of an important hideout Ezzedin al-Qassam Brigades. While the statements of Israel Defense Forces still waiting for confirmation, the former Prime Minister of the “Jewish State”, Ehud BarakHowever, in an interview with CNN, he made a revelation that further changes the perspective and thus the assessments of the Israeli attack on the hospital: “The bunkers and tunnels under the structure were…” built by Israeli engineers decades ago,” when Tel Aviv still occupied the Strip.
Asked whether there was enough evidence that there was actually a network of tunnels and bunkers beneath the structure that was part of an important Hamas command center, the former prime minister replied: “We have known that for many years.” There was a bunker in the hospital that was originally built by Israeli engineers, connected to a network of tunnels used by Hamas and part of a larger network. “I don’t know if it is one of the most important in Gaza, but it is certainly one of the many that are among the hospitals and other areas that are also being used during this conflict.” When asked to clarify, Barak clarified then: “These tunnels they have existed for many decadesprobably about forty years old and was built to expand the limited hospital space.
While Israel has tried in recent weeks to provide sufficient evidence of a massive Hamas presence in the structure, it has shown yet-to-be-verified images of the presence of weapons and leaflets and reported figures on them Arrests and murders Barak’s comments risk changing the stance of international public opinion on the attack on Al-Shifa Hospital, although they are denied by militants at the hospital. The issue has also been raised by other international media and some observers in recent days Xso much so that the Economist even published one Fact checking about this specific news. The result of the British weekly’s checks is clear: “Several sources have confirmed that Israel built a bunker or basement in the 1980s. It is not clear whether Hamas manages the space under the hospital as an important military headquarters, although it does.” Idf They provided evidence of weapons hidden in the hospital.”