80% of December missile attacks from Gaza Strip ignored by BBC

BBC Watch

The shooting of an Israeli civilian near the Gaza Strip-Israel border on December 24th was – asnoted here previously – one of numerous recent incidents  in that area including attempts to breach the border fence, rioting and attempts to lay improvised explosive devices.   On December 26th two separate incidents of missile fire from the Gaza Strip occurred; one in the early hours of the morning and one in the evening. In response, the Israeli air force targeted a weapons manufacturing facility and a weapons storage facility. Neither of those missile attacks on the Hof Ashkelon area – home to 13,500 civilians – was reported by the BBC. 

Not all missiles fired by terrorist groups from the Gaza Strip land in Israeli territory: a significant proportion of them (some estimates say as many as 40%) fall short, landing in the Strip itself and hence endangering the local…

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