In a recent development that has sent shockwaves across the international community, a close aide to former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed the Israeli military's involvement in the bombing of Gaza's al-Ahli hopital.
"@HananyaNaftali proudly boasted that Israel bombed Gaza's ah-Ahli hospital before deleting and two minutes later lying that Hamas did it. He works directly under Netanyahu." The Israeli journalist Dan Cohen posted on social media platform X.
The aide, Hananya Naftali, made a public statement claiming responsibility for the attack on social media before swiftly deleting the post.
In a subsequent post, Naftali attempted to shift blame, falsely accusing Hamas of the incident.
Hananya Naftali, who holds a prominent position in the Israeli government and works directly under former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, openly admitted Israel's involvement in the hospital bombing on social media.
The controversial admission was made even more shocking when Naftali deleted the post only two minutes after its initial publication.
The al-Ahli hospital, located in the Gaza Strip, was subjected to a devastating attack, resulting in significant loss of life.
Initial reports indicate that at least 500 people, including women, children, and the elderly, lost their lives in the hospital, sparking widespread condemnation and calls for a thorough investigation.