Report: Israel's Army Chief Said AP Gaza Journalists Had Coffee with Hamas Men In Bombed Building

Report: Israel's Army Chief Said AP Gaza Journalists Had Coffee with Hamas Men In Bombed Building


Israel’s military chief alleged in private Gaza-based journalists of the Associated Press (AP) drank their morning coffee with members of the Hamas terror group in the building the Israel Defense Forces felled during the recent 11-day war, a new report said.

The 13-story Al Jalaa building that housed the offices of the AP and Al Jazeera was bombed by the Israel Defense Forces because it was housing a Hamas intelligence unit, the IDF said.

Despite international condemnation and a demand by AP to investigate the strike, IDF chief Aviv Kohavi  said he had no regrets.

“It justifiably came down,” he told Channel 12 according to a translation of his remarks by The Times of Israel. “I haven’t a gram of regret.”

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The IDF said that working members of the press in the building were being used as human shields.

According to the report, Kohavi told a foreign official

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