On Tuesday, hundreds of people were killed by an explosion at a hospital in Gaza.
After the blast, the Palestinian government blamed the Israel Defense Forces, while the Israeli government blamed their Palestinian counterpart.
With both sides pointing the finger at each other, it was difficult to determine who was responsible for the blast.
That didn’t stop members of the progressive squad, who have sympathized with Palestine and Hamas, from blaming it on Israel.
Israel just bombed the Baptist Hospital killing 500 Palestinians (doctors, children, patients) just like that. @POTUS this is what happens when you refuse to facilitate a ceasefire & help de-escalate.
Your war and destruction only approach has opened my eyes and many… https://t.co/mZYoifT7bj
— Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib) October 17, 2023
On Wednesday, the Israeli media shared footage from their cameras that appears to show at least one rocket fired from Palestinians in Gaza falling short and landing on a hospital in their own territory.
The video, which was shared by Keshet 12 News, shows multiple rockets heading toward Israel on Tuesday. Moments later, a blast is seen in Gaza midway along the rockets’ trajectory.
Watch the video here:
Here’s a portion of the Fox News article:
“This is proof of Israel’s claims that it was actually missiles from the Gaza Strip that shot into the direction of the Alahali Hospital in Gaza City and not from Israel,” Keshet 12 anchor Yonit Levi says of the footage.
“This is Channel 12’s camera. It is a camera situated in the city of Netivot, and its view is of the Gaza Strip,” she continues. “You can see the rockets… fired over the hospital… and you can see the blast. So that is proof of the fact that it came from the Gaza Strip.”
In addition to the video released by Israeli TV, Joe Biden confirmed that Israel was not to blame for the bombing.
Here’s part of what was reported in another Fox News article:
“I was outraged by the bombing of the hospital yesterday. Based on what I’ve seen, it was done by the other team. Not you,” Biden said to Netanyahu. “But there’s a lot of people out there who are not sure.”
Biden added: “The world is looking. Israel has a value set like the United States does and other democracies and they’re looking to see what we’re going to do.”
Netanyahu spoke first during the presser, applauding Biden for being the first U.S. president to visit Israel during a wartime.
“On October 7th, Hamas murdered 1400 Israelis, maybe more. This is in a country of fewer than 10 million people. This would be equivalent to over 50,000 Americans murdered in a single day. That’s 20 9/11s. That is why October 7th is another day that we live in infamy,” he said.
Even though there is proof that Israel is not responsible for the blast, there are many Hamas sympathizers in the United States and the Middle East.
So, expect their propaganda machine to keep blaming Israel.