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Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Palestinian Terrorists "accidentally" kill Gazan baby and pregnant woman after rocket misfired and landed Inside Gaza

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On Saturday evening, the Hamas-run Gaza health ministry reported that a 14-month-old Palestinian child, Saba Mahmoud Hamdan Abu Arar, had been killed along with her aunt, Falastin Saleh Abu Arar, when an Israeli airstrike hit their house in Gaza City.
Later it turned out that the baby was killed when Islamic Jihad terrorists launched a rocket towards Israel from within a populated area in the east of Gaza City, but the rocket misfired and landed short, exploding in a nearby house and killing the baby.
The terrorist organizations in Gaza kill their own people and blame Israel.
Unfortunately, the mainstream media serves as a propaganda tool for terrorist organizations such as Hamas, the Islamic Jihad and Hezbollah.
Journalists in Gaza are aware of the facts, but have refrained from reporting on them due to the sensitivity of the situation.
On Twitter, the Israel Defense Forces’ Arabic-language spokesman, Maj. Avichay Adraee, said the woman and child did not appear to have been killed in an Israeli attack.
“There are more and more indications reaching us from the Gaza Strip that put serious doubt on the truth of the statement from Hamas’s healthy ministry about the death of the baby Saba Mahmoud Hamdan Abu Arar and her mother Falastin Saleh Abu Arar,(Initially, the two were incorrectly reported as being mother and child, later their relationship was clarified.) According to these indications, the death was caused by terrorist activities by Palestinian militants and not by an Israeli strike,” Adraee wrote in a tweet (embedded below).