Israel has long accused Hamas of using al-Shifa hospital in Gaza as a cover for its military operations.
Israeli forces raided al-Shifa hospital in Gaza for the second day in a row, after several days of encircling Gaza’s largest medical facility.
They claim to have found what they call “bags” containing weapons and uniforms of Hamas fighters.
However, many observers questioned what Israeli forces presented as evidence.
There are also concerns that the Israeli military, which has sole control over the operation, could fabricate evidence to support its allegations.
Several experts also argued that attacking hospitals – especially those that treat critically ill patients and children – could be a war crime under international law.
Presenter: James Bays
Erik Fosse – Director General of the Norwegian Aid Committee; Since 1994, he has worked as a surgeon in Gaza during several wars
Kayum Ahmed – Special Advisor on the Right to Health at Human Rights Watch
Thomas MacManus – Director of the International State Crime Initiative, Queen Mary University of London