Uit namenlijsten van gedode burgers in Gaza blijkt dat tussen de vele namen van dezelfde familie vaak een vreemde naam staat. Deze persoon bleek vaak een terrorist.
This cannot be a coincidence. It seems quite likely that the terrorists were using these homes as command and control centers, major weapons caches or other military targets, either with the families' permission or without. What is clear is that these homes were not randomly targeted.
Either way, the terrorists were using these families as human shields, and their deaths are squarely the fault of Hamas and the other terror groups the "guests" belonged to.
This is besides the terrorists who used their own families as human shields for their own activities.
It would be interesting to know if the IDF warned these families to leave their houses - and if their "guests" physically prevented them from doing so.
Ondertussen blijven de media frasen herhalen als ‘2100 doden, merendeels burgers’ zonder enige interesse in hoe die cijfers tot stand zijn gekomen en hoe betrouwbaar die zijn. Zie hieronder ook nog een voorbeeld van een door de Palestijnse mensenrechtenorganisatie PCHR genoteerde ‘onschuldige burger’ die een terrorist van de Islamitische Jihad bleek te zijn. De VN baseert zich o.a. op de cijfers van de PCHR.
Another fake "civilian" - and another family used as human shields
B'Tselem has been keeping track of entire families that have been killed in Gaza, listing all of the names of people killed in IAF raids.
In quite a few of these families, a single, fighting-age member whose last name is not the same as the family's was killed along with the families themselves.
B'Tselem noticed that in several cases, the odd-named person was in fact a terrorist.
For example, we have noted that in the Ziyadah family house - the family that was related to the Dutch "righteous gentile" who returned his award to Israel - they had a "guest" named Mohammed Mahmoud al-Maqadma who was, in fact, a terrorist.
This is a pattern.
25 members of the Abu Jame' family were killed - along with a single terrorist named Ahmad Sahmoud, according to B'Tselem.
8 members of the Abu Nijem family were hosting 2 terrorists, Daniel Mansur, 44 and Abd a-Nasser al-'Ajuri, 32.
3 members of al Al Masri family were killed while hosting terrorist Amjad Hamdan, 24.
So I wondered if any other of the anomalous names that B'Tselem didn't categorize as "military branch operatives" were indeed terrorists. Sure enough, I found one.
6 members of the Al-Bakri family were killed on August 4, along with 32-year old Ibrahim al-Misharawi.
Misharawi was an Islamic Jihad terrorist.
PCHR describes Mahmoud ‘Abdul Nasser Bahar, 22, killed in Shuja’iya July 20, as a "civilian."
He was actually a Hamas terrorist.
His body was found with 2 other "civilians" who were males in their 20s.