(Middle East Eye) – A white phosphorous bomb has landed in the midst of a cluster of medical facilities in the besieged eastern district of Aleppo, local sources have told Middle East Eye. The Independent Doctors Association (IDA) told MEE that on Friday, a white phosphorous bomb struck the area as part of a “double tap” air strike. The IDA is a Syrian medical organisation that focuses solely in running health facilities in Aleppo. It was founded in 2012 by doctors all native to Aleppo, and they run facilities both in Aleppo city itself and its surrounding countryside.