Monday, August 25, 2014

  • Monday, August 25, 2014
  • Elder of Ziyon
We have been looking at B'Tselem's list of families who were killed in airstrikes. We showed that 42 people were killed when hey "hosted" terrorists in their homes.

What about families who had a terrorist member? How many were killed because the terrorists stayed with them?

B'Tselem lists:

The Hamad family (6 members, including terrorist Hafez)
The al-Batsh family (18 members, including terrorist Yazid)
The al-Ghanam family (5 killed including terrorist Mahmoud)
The a-Shaer family (4 killed including terrorist Salah),
The al-Astal family (3 killed including terrorist Ashraf)
The Hasanein family (3 killed including terrorist Salah)

To this we can add (from the Meir Amit Center list)

The al-Hayya family (5 killed including terrorist Osama)

That is 37 more civilians killed because Hamas and its partners choose to fight in civilian areas. Chances are pretty good that these homes also served as major Hamas command and control centers.

With only a little effort we have now identified 79 civilians killed because terrorists and terror infrastructure were in their houses.

I just accounted for about 5% of all Gaza deaths (79 civilians plus 12 terrorists), and probably 8% or so of civilian deaths,  being a result of military targets in civilian areas, only from looking at one B'Tselem page.

Why isn't the professional media doing this sort of analysis?

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