LABOUR MPs were today accused of parroting terrorist propaganda over the Gaza hospital blast.

The hard-left backbenchers took baby-slaughtering Hamas’ claim that Israel deliberately fired a rocket at civilians at face value.

They ignored evidence backed by US intelligence that an Islamic Jihad rocket could have likely misfired causing the tragedy.

Tory MP Jack Lopresti told The Sun: "It's shocking to see Labour MPs jumping to conclusions about what happened at the Al Ahli hospital.

"What's even worse is that these unproven claims still remain on their social media profiles.”

Former minister Brendan Clarke-Smith added: “As the Foreign Secretary stated, it is irresponsible to make statements on issues like this without being in full possession of the facts.



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"It is even more irresponsible to continue to push this narrative once more information comes to light.

"This does nothing but inflame the situation and give credibility to inaccurate and malicious reports.”

Labour MP Zarah Sultana posted on X: “More than 500 people are reported to have been killed after an Israeli airstrike hit a hospital in Gaza.

“Political leaders of all parties – including my own – must call for an urgent ceasefire and an end to the war on Gaza.”

And MP Apsana Begum said: “Reports of an Israeli airstrike causing mass civilian casualties in Gaza is beyond appalling.”

Ex-Labour chief Jeremy Corbyn, whose leadership sparked a surge of antisemitism in the party, described “Israeli air strikes” as an “unspeakable horror”.

“The war crimes, siege of Gaza and illegal occupation of Palestine must end.”

Foreign Secretary James Cleverly warned that misreporting on the conflict could “cost lives”.

And PM Rishi Sunak said MPs have a special responsibility to “recognise that the words we say will have an impact and we should be careful with them”.

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A spokesperson for Sir Keir Starmer said: “There is a responsibility on everyone to make sure that this debate is conducted in the right way.

“People need to understand the significance their words have.”

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