Israeli President Isaac Herzog has denied reports of Israel bombing Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza, stating to the BBC that, according to him, the hospital is functioning normally despite staff reports of electricity shortages. Additionally, Herzog claimed that a translated Arabic copy of Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf was found on a Hamas fighter in northern Gaza, suggesting a connection between some in Hamas and anti-Semitic ideology.

It’s important to note that this information comes from Herzog’s perspective. There are also reports of communication loss with Al-Shifa hospital, but Herzog denies a lack of resources, emphasizing Israel’s right to self-defense and adherence to international humanitarian law in their operations in Gaza.

The conflict has led to over 11,000 deaths in Gaza, as reported by Hamas, and displaced more than 1.5 million people, according to the UN agency for Palestinian refugees.

(Source: BBC)

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