Some Interesting Evidence on the Gaza War/ DR.R.S.Lissak

An Italian reporter, Lorenzo Cremonesi, published his report on a visit to Gaza in the Italian newspaper "Corriere della Sera" on January 22, 2009.

Cremonesi visited several hospitals in the Gaza Strip and reported that, in "nearly all of Gaza's major hospitals, and especially those in major conflict zones, he found most beds empty."

He interviewed a doctor at Shifa hospital, who asked to remain anonymous for fear of Hamas. He acknowledged that the death toll had been grossly inflated. He told the reporter that many of the dead were "youths between the ages of 17 – 23 who were recruited to the ranks of Hamas."

Cremonesi was told that Hamas fighters had disguised themselves as paramedics and used ambulances for transportation.

Cremonesi was told, also, that the Hamas used UN facilities for shooting rockets and shells.

He was, also, told that the casualty figures given by the Hamas to UN officials were grossly exaggerated.

Abu Mazen, Head of the Palestinian Authority, quoted a major leader of the Hamas saying: "we shall win the war against Israel with the blood of our children." In other words, the Hamas is using children deliberately in the war zone, in order to accuse Israel for killing children.

The Palestinian Media Watch quoted a Palestinian official on January 27, 2009, on the Abed Rabbo family (this family was latter interviewed by the Goldstone Commission). They told that "the Hamas fighters turned their farm into a fortress", that they were unable to prevent the use of their farm, and that "they are waiting for aid promised them by the Hamas, after Israel bombed their farm and ruined it." The Abed Rabbo farm is situated on a hill from which Sderot, an Israeli town, could be easily bombed.

I short, the Goldstone Commission, did not investigate what happened in the Gaza war. The Commission, only, looked for "evidence" to prove that Israel committed war crimes.

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