Jabalia bombing sparks International debate

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AMMAN – According to The New York Times, the Israeli strike on Jabalia camp was carried out using two bombs, each exceeding 900 kilograms, sparking demands from the Biden administration for Israel to explain its recent strike that claimed hundreds of casualties, reported by Khaberni.اضافة اعلان

The Times reported that analysis of satellite images and videos indicated Israel used 2000-pound (900 kg) bombs in the attack on Jabalia, a densely populated area north of Gaza City.

The craters left by the explosions were approximately 40 feet wide, consistent with the impact created by this type of weaponry on sandy soil, according to a technical study conducted by the ammunition research company "Armament" in 2016.

The Israeli military declined to comment to The Times on the number and type of weapons used in the Jabalia strike.

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