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UN claims Israel committed war crimes during the rescue operation

The United Nations Human Rights Office asserts human rights violations and war crimes may have been committed by the IDF and Hamas during the operation to rescue the four abductees last Saturday.

United Nations Assembly (Photo: Amir Levy/ Flash90)

The United Nations Human Rights Office claimed today (Tuesday) that there is a fear of human rights violations and war crimes by the IDF and Hamas that occurred during the operation to rescue the four hostages last Saturday.

The UN Office stated that it is not certain that Israel was careful with the number of bombs it used in the operation, and even said that Hamas did not act properly by depositing the abductees in densely populated areas.

Palestinian health officials claimed that at least 274 Palestinians, including dozens of women and children, were killed in the operation.

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