“A monstrous event.” Israel bombed a refugee camp

Israel bombed a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip. 22 people from the family of Al Jazeera correspondent Moamen Al-Sharafi were killed.

“This terrible event took place today in the Jabaliya camp, where Moamen’s family sought shelter,” Al Jazeera reported on Wednesday. The channel announced that it would “take all legal steps to hold the perpetrators of this crime accountable.”

The Israeli Defense Forces have not yet commented on this information.

Israel plans to flood Hamas tunnels

Wednesday, December 6 is the 61st day of the war between Israel and Hamas. According to The Wall Street Journal, Israel plans to flood Hamas tunnels in the Gaza Strip. Israeli forces would install five large water pumps near the refugee camp in Gaza.

Israeli Army Chief of Staff Herci Halewi said flooding Hamas’ massive tunnel system was a “good idea.” “Any measure that increases our advantage over the emerging enemy and deprives him of his advantage is a measure we are seriously considering,” he said.

Israeli operation against Hamas

On October 27, Israel’s ground invasion of the northern Gaza Strip began. The primary goal is to eliminate Hamas and permanently remove the threat from this direction. The operation was preceded by massive bombings and a call for Palestinians to evacuate south. Some Palestinians were unable and some unwilling to evacuate, increasing the number of civilian casualties from Israeli attacks.

Tensions rose again in the Middle East on October 7, when militants from the radical Palestinian movement Hamas launched a surprise attack on Israeli territory from the Gaza Strip. Hamas said it was in response to aggressive actions by Israeli authorities against the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem’s Old City. In response, Israel announced a complete blockade of the Gaza Strip and began launching rocket attacks on Gaza, as well as on some districts of Lebanon and Syria.

Source: Do Rzeczy