Israel appears to have committed war crimes in conflict with Hamas in May, Human Rights Watch said | MCUTimes

Israel appears to have committed war crimes in conflict with Hamas in May, Human Rights Watch said

In one of the attacks investigated, Human Rights Watch said that around noon. 10 on May 10, an Israeli-guided missile hit four houses belonging to a family named al-Masri in an area near the town of Beit Hanoun. Eight civilians, including six children, were killed and 18 people were reported injured. No family members were part of an armed group, they said, and Israel did not list any of the dead as members of a militant group.

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