Tuesday, February 27, 2024

  • Tuesday, February 27, 2024
  • Elder of Ziyon
The Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center published an analysis of the 131 names that Hamas has identified as being "journalists" killed in Gaza during the war.

They found that 13 of them were members of armed terror groups and at least 54 of them were linked to terror groups. (The count the Palestinian Authority as a terror group, I don't think that is quite so definite so I'm not counting those.)

As the IDF reported, one of the "journalists," Muhammad Samir Muhammad Washah, was a commander in the anti-tank missile unit of Hamas’ military wing. They found his laptop in a tunnel. 

The full report lists all of the dead alleged journalists and describes their affiliations.  Many of whom never seem to have actually done any journalism, and they might have received their job titles after they died, so Hamas could gain more points by claiming Israel killed more journalists. The International Federation of Journalists lists 103 killed. 

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