Monday, December 21, 2020

  • Monday, December 21, 2020
  • Elder of Ziyon
How was 2020 for Palestinians, using the metrics of supposed Israeli oppression, compared to previous years?

According to OCHA-OPT, the number of Palestinians killed by Israel went down over 90% since 2018 - from 299 to 28.

The number of injuries plummeted by over 92% - from over 31,000 to just over 2400.

The number of hours of electricity in Gaza has doubled from an average of 7 hours a day in January 2018 to 14 hours a day this month.

Now, reading the mainstream media or the anti-Israel media seemingly obsessed with Palestinians, would you have any clue that anything has changed that dramatically?

The great unreported news is that Israel isn't out to hurt Palestinians or make their lives miserable. When possible, Israel tries to make sure Palestinians can live dignified, safe lives. The number of attacks against Israelis has gone down as well (from 14 killed in 2018 to 3 in 2020) and this is reflected in the response.

Peace brings peace. 

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