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Israeli Airstrike Claims Life of University of Palestine Law Professor in Jabalia Home

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An Israeli airstrike targeted the home of Prof. Mamdouh Abu Al Husna, a distinguished law professor at the University of Palestine, located in Jabalia. The strike resulted in the loss of Prof. Al Husna, along with his father and two of his sons.

The airstrike, which occurred in the densely populated area of Jabalia, has sparked outrage and condemnation from Palestinian officials and human rights organizations. According to witnesses, the strike completely destroyed the family’s home, leaving a scene of devastation in its wake.

Prof. Mamdouh Abu Al Husna was widely respected within the academic community for his contributions to legal scholarship and his dedication to the pursuit of justice. Colleagues and students alike have expressed shock and grief at the loss of such a prominent figure.

The targeting of civilian homes in Gaza has been a source of international concern, with calls for an immediate cessation of hostilities and a return to negotiations for a lasting peace. The recent escalation of violence has resulted in a significant loss of life on both sides, further exacerbating tensions in the region.

Israeli officials have defended the airstrike, stating that it was part of their ongoing efforts to target Hamas militants and infrastructure in Gaza. However, critics argue that the disproportionate use of force against civilian populations violates international law and only serves to perpetuate the cycle of violence.


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James May 15, 2024 - 8:38 am

RIP 💔

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