Iran Condemns Israeli Airstrike on Palestinian Refugees' Tent Camp in Rafah

Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman, Nasser Kan'ani, has strongly condemned the Israeli regime's airstrike on a tent camp in Rafah, Gaza, which killed 45 people and sparked international outrage.

Iran (IMNA) - The attack, which triggered a massive blaze, has been described as a "brutal crime" and a "clear example of a war crime" by Kan'ani.

The spokesman emphasized that the Israeli regime's actions are not surprising, given its history of targeting civilians, including those waiting for humanitarian aid and destroying hospitals. Kan'ani also referenced the recent defeat of Israeli forces by Hamas fighters in Gaza, suggesting that such defeats often lead to further war crimes.

The international community has urged the implementation of a World Court order to halt the assault on Rafah, and global leaders have expressed their outrage over the attack.

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