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Canada claims Israel did not bomb Gaza hospital

Arafat Rahman

About 500 people, including women and children, were killed in the bomb attack on Al-Ahli Hospital in Gaza, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.

Canada claims that the Israeli army did not bomb Al-Ahli Hospital in the besieged Gaza Strip.

According to a BBC report, Canada’s National Department of Defense said in a statement on Sunday (October 22) that a rocket launched from Gaza accidentally hit the hospital and exploded.

About 500 people, including women and children, were killed in a bomb attack on the besieged Al-Ahli Hospital in Gaza on Tuesday (October 17), the Palestinian Ministry of Health said. After this attack, along with the cries of the dead, various rumors started surrounding this attack.

The Palestinian independence group Hamas has blamed the Israeli army for the attack, but the Israeli army has denied responsibility for the attack since the beginning. Israel claims a rocket fired by Palestinian Islamic Jihad accidentally hit the hospital and exploded. Islamic Jihad denied the allegations.

In such circumstances, the United Nations has called for an independent international investigation into the attack.

French military intelligence and the United States later blamed the Palestinian for the explosion at Al-Ahli Hospital in Gaza.

Meanwhile, several media outlets, including Al Jazeera, analyzed the video footage of the incident to understand what was actually happening. However, no specific results of this search have been reported so far. The Qatar-based media has published various information available so far. Al Jazeera’s investigation revealed many inconsistencies in Israel’s claims.

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