Friday, February 16, 2024

1,300 Gaza rockets have landed in Gaza since October, and other rocket statistics that no one is reporting

Since October 7, Hamas and Islamic Jihad have launched over 10,000 rockets towards Israel.

I'm no expert, but that seems like a lot. Especially in "one of the most densely populated areas on Earth."

Outside the Al Ahli hospital incident, when have reporters even mentioned this? How many have investigated "airstrikes" on civilian areas and noted that they look more like  Hamas rockets than Israeli airstrikes? 

I have reported that it is likely that a terror rocket hit the Al Awda Hospital in November, an incident where three doctors died. The damage in the hospital is far more consistent with a rocket than with an airstrike. But every other report assumed it was Israel.

Because no one mentions the 1,300 Hamas rockets exploding in Gaza itself. 

There are some other statistics of rocket fire that the media cannot be bothered to report (source: INSS).

Here is a graph of Code Red alerts in Israel over time since October 8.

It appears that military action can reduce rocket attacks! Who knew?

Jerusalem, which Hamas pretends to be protecting, has had 48 rocket alerts. Tel Aviv, 163.

Ashkelon has had the most rocket alerts of any town - 576. 

Over 2,000 rockets have been fired at Israel from the north  mostly from Lebanon.

This map lists the number of attacks on each community from the north.

Nearly 218,000 Israelis have been forced to leave their homes because of the threat of rocket attacks. 62,000 are from the northern communities, the rest from the Gaza area. 

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