Palestinians killed and maimed in an area they were told to evacuate to

    Israel struck overnight in the area that has been designated as a safe area for the hundreds of displaced Palestinian families in Rafah city.

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    In a statement, the Israeli military admitted that it carried out an air attack on that particular area and it’s looking into what it describes as collateral damage.

    It left hundreds of Palestinians displaced in that area with a shattered sense of safety and security. They were targeted, killed and maimed in a particular area that they were told to evacuate to.

    The military did not stop right there; it went on and carried more attacks. Just a couple of hours ago it destroyed the only telecom division that feeds Deir el-Balah city with communication and internet connection. More air strikes in Nuseirat area as well as in eastern part of Khan Younis also reported.

    Israel’s attack on Rafah tent camp widely condemned

    Several countries and global organisations have condemned the Israeli air attack on tents housing displaced people in Gaza’s southernmost city of Rafah that killed at least 40 Palestinians, including many children.

    The Palestinian presidency on Monday accused Israel of deliberately targeting civilians, joining a chorus of worldwide condemnation following the attack.

    In a statement on X, the United Nations Palestinian refugee agency (UNRWA) said the images from Rafah are yet another testament that Gaza is “hell on earth”.

    ‘Genocide must end’ after Rafah massacre: Jewish Voice for Peace

    The US-based Jewish advocacy group says attention must now be directed towards the overnight “massacre” committed in Rafah by the Israeli military.

    “We will never forget the images emerging from Rafah tonight. Human beings, including babies, were burned alive and torn apart. This genocide must end, it must end now,” Jewish Voice for Peace said in a statement.

    Italy says violence against civilians in Gaza ‘no longer justifiable’

    Italy says Israeli attacks on Palestinian civilians in Gaza were no longer justifiable in one of the strongest criticisms Rome has made so far against Israel’s war on the enclave.

    “There is an increasingly difficult situation in which the Palestinian people are being squeezed without regard for the rights of innocent men, women and children who have nothing to do with Hamas, and this can no longer be justified,” Defence Minister Guido Crosetto told the SkyTG 24 broadcaster.

    “We are watching the situation with despair.”

    Qatar says Israeli attack on Rafah could hinder mediation efforts

    Qatar’s Foreign Ministry has issued a statement saying the latest Israeli attack on Rafah could hinder mediation efforts to reach a ceasefire and an exchange deal for Palestinian prisoners and Israeli captives.

    ‘Stop this now, Netanyahu’: Piers Morgan slams Rafah camp attack


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