Family in Gaza attacked by missiles

October 9, 2006 at 3:05 pm


October 6 2006 – Two cars in Beit Hanoun, Gaza, were hit by rockets from an F16 plane at 11am, severly injuring a family of five, three of them children aged up to fourteen. The official “explanation” for the attack was that the IOF (Israeli Occupation Force) were shooting at terrorists.

The rockets did not hit the cars directly, but started a fire. The family were able to jump out of the cars just in time to save their lives. They suffered profuse bleading on head, hands and legs which required the whole family to seek immediate medical attention. Their current medical condition is unknown.


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