It’s a pattern: Queen Rania says of “Israeli” army “mistakes”

Jordan

Published: 2024-05-28 18:29

Last Updated: 2024-06-18 22:07


File photo: Her Majesty Queen Rania.
File photo: Her Majesty Queen Rania.

As a new massacre unfolded hours ago in Rafah with over 20 dead, the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) have denied full responsibility for the previous Sunday’s massacre which left over 45 dead saying that its “munitions alone could not have caused the deadly blaze that broke out in the targeted tent camp which was housing displaced Palestinians.

However, the IOF still acknowledged that it carried out the strike, which joins a long list of “mistakes” that “Israel” has admitted it to.

“It’s not a mistake, it’s a pattern,” Queen Rania said on her socials; captioning a list of news headlines of admissions by “Israel” of several strikes that killed scores of civilians, aid workers, and even “Israeli” captives held in the Gaza Strip.

“How many more mistakes will the world tolerate until it begins to question the competency and intentions of this military and its conduct in the war?” said Ayman Mohyeldin of MSNBC, who shared a snippet of the long list of “mistakes” by the IOF.

“What military in the world, that self-admittedly killed fleeing hostages, its own soldiers, innocent women and children can still be described as a ‘moral army’ while being unconditionally bankrolled by American and its allies?” he added.

The Rafah strike that killed 45 Palestinians was described as a “tragic mishap” by “Israeli” Prime Minister Benjamin Netnayah, further claiming that their forces “took every precaution possible” before the strike in order to protect civilians.

"We are investigating the incident and will reach conclusions because this is our policy,” he said yesterday.

Today, the probe’s results released by the IOF say that it suspects “munitions or other combustible substance it was unaware of caused a secondary explosion” which made the fire spread to the camps housing displaced Palestinians.

It further claimed that the strike did not take place in the area designated as “safe” by the IOF, and that it was over a kilometer away from the humanitarian zone.