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The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) on Friday tweeted and then swiftly deleted video confirming the Israeli Airforce conducted an airstrike right next to the ancient Saint Porphyrius Orthodox Church in Gaza.
The reason for the deletion is not clear -- the IDF has said nothing about it -- but people noted how the target on the video appeared to have been missed (the strike reportedly destroyed the church's assembly hall and killed Christian and Muslim refugees who were sheltering inside the church's compound).
The blast was clearly right next to the church and the IDF admitted to Reuters that they damaged it.
From Reuters, "Orthodox church says it was hit by Israeli air strike in Gaza":
A Greek Orthodox church in the Gaza Strip which was sheltering hundreds of displaced Palestinians was hit overnight by an Israeli air strike, the Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem said, and Palestinian health officials said 16 people were killed.Graphic footage of the dead and wounded was shared on social media.
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