** 5 Lies the Media Keeps Repeating About Gaza ***

β€Ž*** 5 Lies the Media Keeps Repeating About Gaza ***

1. Israel Was Forced to Respond to Rockets to Defend Its Citizens

2. Israel Tries to Avoid Civilian Casualties

3. This Is About Security when in fact it is about expansion4. Hamas Is the Problem

5. There is a Military Solution to this Conflict

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Posted on 20/11/2012, in media, politics and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Can I add a two-parter? “Precision-guided munitions limit collateral damage”. First, “precision guiding” simply means smaller Circular Possibility of Error – how far the bomb will land from where you intended it to land. “Precision” means, on average, it will miss less than, say, a WW2 bomb dropped from 30,000 feet. CEPs are still measured in tens of feet – great on a battlefield, lousy when 20 feet to the left is somebody ELSE’S flat. And it’s an average, which means you can STILL have rounds landing hundreds, or even thousands of feet off-target.
    We’ve already gone through “collateral damage”, so I won’t waste our time on THAT loathsome phrase.

    • Thanks for the info

      today it was reported that white phosphorous is being used again, they are beyond even pretending they are trying precision attacks.

      Chemical warfare.

      3 journalists killed 3 hours ago as they target the hotels where press are staying.

      There was also a report of a whole family kids and parents dying where the intended target in same house survived.

      Allah is the one who gives life and takes it away. No matter what anyone thinks.

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