24 June '11
Last week a rocket was shot from Gaza to Israel, ending a lull of no rockets landing in Israel since April. That rocket cause no damage when it landed in the Eshkol Regional Council.
What was not reported was that there were at least two rockets shot last Thursday - and one of them did cause extensive damage and significant injuries.
According to investigations conducted by the Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR), at approximately 22:30 on Thursday, 16 June 2011, a home-made rocket hit the first floor of a 3-storey house belonging to Suleiman ‘Ayash Abu ‘Owaida in al-Maghazi refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip. As a result, Samia ‘Ayash Abu ‘Owaida, 18, was injured by shrapnel throughout his body, and the house and neighboring house belonging to Sameer Sa’id Abu Jayab was damaged.
I wonder if the upcoming flotilla will protest against these continued examples of Gaza terror groups injuring their own people with rockets.
Or will these purported "peace activists" call for better quality control to ensure that 100% of the rockets land on Israeli civilians?
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