Video: IDF searches Shifa Hospital for terrorist infrastructure while bringing in humanitarian equipment/Photo: IDF Spokesperson
Another embarrassment on the Qatari Al-Jazeera live broadcast: a reporter told an elderly Gazan woman who evacuated a house in the northern Gaza Strip to Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, "The situation is difficult, no aid has come in for you," but in response she surprises him and places all the responsibility on Hamas. "All the aid goes down (to the tunnels)! The aid does not reach the nation and the entire nation," she clarifies. The reporter tries to convince her: "But a lot of aid is coming and only a little of it reaches the residents." In response, Gazans continue to attack Hamas without fear: "No, no, no. Everything goes to their homes. They take everything."
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A clip circulated a few days ago on social networks shows a resident of the Gaza Strip describing the results of the IDF attacks in the Gaza Strip to an Al Jazeera reporter, but then went on to attack Qatar and Turkey and wished them "God will hold them accountable" for their responsibility for the disaster that befell the Gazans. The interviewer, as expected, panicked, interrupted the interviewee sharply and took away the microphone.
About two weeks ago, a similar incident occurred when a resident of the Gaza Strip was interviewed by the Qatari network from Al-Aqsa Hospital in Deir al-Balah in the Gaza Strip - and was furious on air at Hamas operatives who, he claimed, were hiding among the people in the hospital. "As for the 'resistance' [Hamas], why are they hiding among the people here? Let them go hide in hell," he said. Immediately after his remarks, a reporter for the Qatari Al-Jazeera network, which is close to Hamas, interrupted the interview and took the microphone from the interviewee, which did not stop him from shouting in the background.
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