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Unimaginable devastation in Khan Younis, the southern Gaza city that was once a safe haven for the displaced

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Unimaginable devastation in Khan Younis, the southern Gaza city that was once a safe haven for the displaced

Israeli Military Brags of Gaza Destruction
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In a tour of the besieged city of Khan Younis, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) have shown the scale of destruction caused by their military operations, taking a select group of journalists, including CNN, to view the aftermath of the conflict between Israel and Hamas. The IDF says the city is a major Hamas stronghold, and the devastation seen is attributed to the strategy to target areas believed to be housing underground tunnels used by Hamas.

The group of journalists, escorted by the IDF, had a limited view of the city and were only taken to areas approved by the military, leaving many questions unanswered. The extent of the devastation in Khan Younis was made clear, as the journalists observed a landscape transformed by military operations. The IDF claimed that there are entrances to the tunnel network found beneath residential areas, further justifying their actions in destroying buildings and infrastructure.

The IDF’s commander of the 98th Division, Brigadier General Dan Goldfuss, emphasized that the destruction was a necessary sacrifice, blaming Hamas for using civilian buildings for their military operations. While the IDF stated that they aim to minimize harm to civilians, there are reports of medical centers and UN facilities in Khan Younis being targeted, leaving thousands of displaced people with nowhere to go.

CNN’s report on the destruction in Khan Younis raises questions about the civilian impact of the military operations. With Israel’s restrictions on independent travel to Gaza, the full extent of the situation remains unseen and the impact on civilians remains unverified. As the conflict continues, the human cost of the war in Gaza continues to rise, leaving thousands displaced and facing ongoing threats to their safety.

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