Israeli attacks on four high-rise buildings in Gaza violate war laws, Human Rights Watch

The international human rights organization Human Rights Watch says Israel’s attacks on four high-rise buildings in Gaza in May violate the laws of war. Israel should provide evidence of the charges against them.

Human Rights Watch said in a report that Israeli attacks in Gaza in May displaced dozens of families and destroyed many jobs.

The Israeli army attacked four of the tallest buildings in Gaza from May 11 to May 15. Now Israel must present evidence of the allegations against those buildings.

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The Israeli military says it attacked 1,500 targets in Gaza from May 10 to May 21.

On the other hand, according to the United Nations, 260 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in Gaza in May. Among those killed in the Israeli attacks were 129 civilians, including 66 children.