CNN reports that during an airstrike on a tent camp in Rafah, which killed dozens of people, the IDF used American weapons, specifically GBU-39 bombs.

This claim is based on video recordings from the scene of the explosion and the conclusions of weapons experts hired by CNN. The video shows the tail of a bomb manufactured by Boeing. The surviving fragments and markings point specifically to this ammunition.

"The bomb is designed to strike strategically important targets and is characterized by low collateral damage. However, use in a densely populated area always poses a risk," explosives expert Chris Cobbs-Smith, a retired British officer, told CNN.

According to the Gaza Ministry of Health, run by Hamas, 45 people were killed and more than 200 were injured in the strike.

U.S. Defense Department spokeswoman Sabrina Singh declined to confirm that U.S. weapons were involved, referring questions to the Israeli army.

A preliminary investigation into the fire that broke out in the tent camp in Rafah suggested the fire could not have started solely due to the weapons used by Israel.

IDF spokesman, Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari, reported that the fire was caused by the secondary detonation of Hamas ammunition.

He emphasized that the smallest fighter missiles, each carrying only 17 kg of explosives, were used to target terrorists. This type of ammunition has been used hundreds of times by the Air Force during the war in Gaza without causing similar incidents before.