woensdag 30 juli 2014

Doden in Gaza in Shati kamp en Shifa ziekenhuis verkeerd bericht

 

Het is een vast patroon: er wordt iets in Gaza getroffen, er vallen doden waaronder kinderen, er wordt automatisch vanuit gegaan dat Israel het heeft gedaan. Soms wordt later een ontkenning van Israel gegeven, die dan direct weer wordt tegengesproken door een (pro)Hamas bron die de media als even of zelfs betrouwbaarder als Israel neerzetten, ondanks het feit dat Hamas veel makkelijker kan liegen (en dat ook voortdurend doet). Elder geeft hieronder concrete aanwijzingen die de ontkenning van het Israelische leger ondersteunen.

 

Camera crews are prevented from filming the area of impact at Shifa Hospital.
Health official Ayman Sahabani says several people were wounded in the strike.

 

The prevention of cameras, and the cleaning up of evidence without any witnesses, is a hallmark of Hamas rocket attacks.

 

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Again, every reporter gets it wrong (Shati and Shifa blasts)

 

 

There were two explosions in Gaza today, one at the Shati camp and the other outside the Shifa hospital.

Immediately, every single journalist in Gaza that tweeted it said that these were Israeli airstrikes.

 

 

 


Even though it was during the calm. Even though Israel wasn't doing any airstrikes. Even though Hamas continues to shoot rockets during "cease fires".



For once, the IDF didn't wait hours to release what really happened.

Times of Israel's timeline showed pretty early that this was a Hamas rocket:

 

‘Attack on hospital may have been from Hamas fire’
Channel 2 reports there are “indications” that the explosion in the area of Shifa hospital are the result of Hamas fire.

He says the blast may have been the result of a technical malfunction in an attempt to fire a long-range Fajr-5 rocket at central Israel from Gaza.

On the Gaza border, a Channel 2 reporter adds that the IDF has no immediate information on any firing by Israeli forces in the area.

IDF says it was not operating near hospital
A military source tells Channel 2 that the IDF was not operating in the area of the Shifa hospital when the attack occurred.

Camera crews barred from site of hospital blast

Camera crews are prevented from filming the area of impact at Shifa Hospital.

Health official Ayman Sahabani says several people were wounded in the strike.

 

The prevention of cameras, and the cleaning up of evidence without any witnesses, is a hallmark of Hamas rocket attacks.

 

Palestinians report casualties in Al-Shati refugee camp blast

A Palestinian health official says at least 10 people are killed and 46 wounded in an Israeli strike on a park in the Gaza Strip at the al-Shati refugee camp.

Ayman Sahabani, the head of the emergency room at the Shifa hospital, which was also hit, gave the casualty toll in Monday’s strike.

The IDF maintains that the two incidents were the result of failed rocket attacks on Israel by Hamas operatives.


More than anything else, this shows the bias of the reporters in Gaza who cannot be bothered to tweet the facts and instead make assumptions - assumptions that are miraculously always against Israel. At the very least their reports - and tweets are exactly that, reports - should say simply that  there was an explosion, without assuming one way or the other.

The stunning part is that their employers, supposedly dedicated to truth and fairness, don't fire them or re-assign them on the spot. A reporter who shows that they cannot maintain objectivity should not be working, period.

 

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