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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Gaza l one hundred deaths in 6 days


The Israeli Air Force attacked the headquarters building of several media in Gaza which left six injured Saturday. On Monday, sources of these forces have confirmed in a statement that the new operation has killed aleader of Islamic Jihad important, Sal Emergui reportsAccording to hospital sources, at least one of Al Aqsa TV journalist has been killed and six others wounded in the attack, which reached thesecond floor where also made ​​several international television connections. The Ministry of Health spokesman of Hamas, Ashraf Al-Qedra, reported that the Palestinian death toll since the beginning of the Israeli operation in Gaza Defensive Pilar to 104 and injured nearly 900. The attack early Saturday in the resort Shawa and Hussari left six journalists wounded, one of whom has lost part of a leg . Several international chains such as British Sky News, working in that building as well as the Four Spanish and Catalan TV3 autonomicAll authorities had given orders to evacuate, though some journalists still working on it, due to the impossibility of doing so elsewhereThis time the planes attacked the second floor above the cafeteria, which suffered extensive damage, according to Efe found at the scene of the attack. The third floor was also seriously damaged .

'We knew we were journalists, not attacked'

"Obviously we knew that journalists were in the building so they do not attack any other plant. But my advice to journalists who are visiting Gaza is that they are far from any facility or station Hamas for their own safety". These are the words of the international spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) Avital Leibovich , recorded by the BBC journalist Paul Dahanar, head of the Middle East on the BBC. Immediately after the bombing on Saturday in Twitter denounced the attack journalists and the news quickly spread, including the photo of the camera channel Palestinian Al Quds, 20, Khader al-Zahhar , smiling when he still had on his two feet. Hours later, the Twitter account of the spokesperson of the IDF scoring it as well: "Objectives achieved overnight in Gaza: Saraya, training center and training Hamas and command base, communication facility, missile launchers and underground operations." Sixty minutes later, corrected: "Correction : Tonight acommunication antenna was hit , not a communications facility, "reads his tweet. In the press release on the military activities night again emphasized: "In addition, the Israeli army attacked the communication infrastructure of Hamas in the northern Gaza Strip, which are used to give commands to the operating and as for the dissemination of propaganda. " While social networks and media news of the injured journalists took up strength and strong criticism , his spokesman launched a series of six tweets on the subject: The first one states that the communications center of Hamas was in a civil building, Israel reiterates that hide among civilians is the modus operandi of Hamas, and that they only attacked the devices on the roof leaving Hamas offices on the eighth floor "intact". "This is what we define as precision strikes in Gaza. Reached a certain point in the building. We do not attack any other plant , "they add in the next tweet. The cameraman Al Zahhar was in the eleventh floor , rested at the time, according to Hussein has told his companion to Madhoun to electronicaintifada.net . "If Hamas in Gaza commands can communicate with each other, then they can attack us . This is the ability to attack ", insisted on Twitter. This first release was followed hours later by the attack on another building 'inhabited' by journalists , the Al Sharuk, which houses the headquarters of several television and media, where there were no casualties but major damage to property. It was six o'clock in Gaza. At the fifteenth floor of Sharuk, home of the Hamas TV channel, Al Aqsa TV, was absolutely shattered . A few hours before the attack, the Spanish journalist Ana Garralda had been in the building by sending your information to Channel Four. "I want to clarify whether there was no misunderstanding. Israel attacked the journalists in that building where Hamas television is on the eighth floor, but a precise shot into the roof against a Hamas communication antenna you remember is a terrorist group. Our goal obviously not journalists but Hamas fired against our civilians, "the spokesman clarified Monday Avital Leibovich asked again about the events of Saturday, reports Emergui Sal. Attacks on civilian sites and journalists are contrary to international humanitarian law . None of the six dead wounded but still brought to mind the death of Spanish cameraman for Telecinco José Couso in Baghdad in 2003. Couso died when taking pictures from the Palestine Hotel, where he was staying, as much of journalists covering the Iraq war. The cameraman was hit by tank fire from U.S. forces , which also caused death of Reuters reporter Taras Protsyuk. In that case, the head of the brigade that fired on the hotel where I was the cameraman said he knew "that there were journalists."

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