Tuesday, June 29, 2021

  • Tuesday, June 29, 2021
  • Elder of Ziyon


The Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center issued its analysis of the names of the people killed in Gaza. 

They have identified 234 killed in attacks by Israel of which 112 (48%) were positively identified as terrorists. 63 belonged to Hamas, 20 to the PIJ, 25 to Fatah, two to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), one to the Mujahedeen Brigades and one to the Popular Resistance Committees. 

11 more men may have been targeted as terrorists but the ITIC could not identify any affiliation for them. 

An additional 21 were identified as being killed by Gaza rockets.

I count 31 people killed because they were in the same house as a terrorist target, effectively human shields for terrorists. Most of the other civilians were killed from Israel targeting other valid military targets.

I believe that 3 others were likely killed by Gaza rockets, (Hamad Ayad Mansour al-Dabari, Buthaina
Mahmoud Issa Obeid, Dima Saad Ali Asaliya)  although the report only considers one of them as a possibility. In general, the report is very cautious before identifying terrorists or likely victims of rocket fire. 

Two of the identified terrorists were under 18 years of age; a third which the ITIC said was 20 had been identified as a child by the New York Times and as a 12th grader by the Palestinian Ministry of Education. 










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