Palestinian Hamas movement leader Basem Naeem said that they are ready to receive an international committee to examine Gaza’s hospitals and ensure that they are free of any military activity, in response to the occupation army’s allegations.
Naeem added in statements reported by media outlets on Monday: “We cannot make the places that constitute a safe haven for our people, such as hospitals or schools, a place of threat.”
“The West has no vision for Gaza after the end of the aggression,” he said.
An Israeli army spokesperson on Monday evening said that they have documented evidence proving that Hamas is using hospitals as a tool of war.
The occupation army spokesman said: “Today we arrived at al-Rantisi Hospital, which Hamas turned into a headquarters for terrorism.”
“We found weapons, explosive belts, and a Hamas operations room under al-Rantisi Hospital. There is a tunnel next to al-Rantisi Hospital that leads to a school, and there is a Hamas naval force,” he added.
The spokesman also pointed out that the Israeli army found a motorcycle under al-Rantisi Hospital, like the one used on October 7, and there is evidence that some hostages were held in a basement under there.
He said that they found a kitchen under the hospital that was used for detainees and those holding them.
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