Israeli air strike hit Joudeh family in their garden. 4 children & mother killed. http://t.co/gcEFrcDfMc #50days4Gaza pic.twitter.com/f6FM4eG1Eo— AmnestyInternational (@AmnestyOnline) August 24, 2015
Their proof comes from PCHR and Al Mezan, the latter of which said (#3569 on Gaza Platform):
Israeli military drones fired at least one (1) missile at approximately 16:15 on Sunday evening 24/08/2014 at the home of Isam Mustafa Gouda Goud [Joudeh], located near the Shouri Mosque in Tal al-Zaatar in Jabalya in GNG, killing his wife Rawya Ibrahim Mohamed Mohamed Gouda (43) and his children: Tasneem (14), Raghd (12), Mohamed(8) and Usamama (6) injuring a child Thae’r (13) with serious injuries to different parts of his body causing the amputation of his right leg. ... The centers researcher, Isam Gouda reported that the family were targeted as they sat in their garden, while the father was inside the house when he heard a loud whistle and saw smoke and dust filling the garden... Issam cannot find a reason as to why he and his family were targeted by the planes.No militants killed, only women and children. Sounds pretty bad for the IDF.
Until you Google the husband/father, Éssam Mustafa Jouda.(عصام مصطفى جودة) The man who said there was no possible reason to attack his home.
Al Watan Voice talks about the deaths of his wife and four sons.
It also says that Essam is a fighter for the Al Aqsa Martyr's Brigades of Fatah. His nom de guerre is Abu Mustafa.
A similar article is here, with this poster commemorating the event.
Can you believe that Essam lied to Al Mezan and told them that he was not a terrorist?
Can you believe that PCHR and Al Mezan didn't report this information even though it was available only two days after the attack?
Can you believe that Electronic Intifada had an extensive interview with the militant without mentioning this fact that was published the day before their sob story?
Can you believe that Amnesty once again refuses to blame Gaza militants for using their families as human shields?
Can you believe that Amnesty's record of highlighting what they consider Israeli war crimes is so poor that for nearly every example they've tweeted that claimed or implied unnecessary Israeli attacks, I have been able to find a valid military target?
The answers are of course all "yes." It is very believable that Amnesty and PCHR and Al Mezan (and Electronic Intifada) work overtime to hide evidence of any militant activity in Gaza in their single-minded goal of demonizing Israel. My series on the Gaza Platform proves this beyond any reasonable doubt.