By Tom Anderson & Therezia Cooper

Crater caused by an F16 airstike in December 2012 Beit Hanoun - Photo taken on 6/11/13

Crater caused by an Israeli strike, 2012 Beit Hanoun

Locals told us that this crater was caused by a strike from an Israeli F16 in 2012.

House in Beit Hanoun - destroyed by an airstrike in 2006

House in Beit Hanoun – destroyed by an airstrike in 2006 – photo taken on 6/11/13

They told us that this nearby house was also destroyed in a 2006 airstrike.


Danny · 18th December 2013 at 2:10 pm

The Arab gunmen using the muoqse as a base deprived that building of protection under international law. The activity of the women in shielding gunmen and the gunmen dressing as women deprived the women of protected status. The law is on Israel’s side, but that will hardly prevent the world from denouncing the Israelis for the heinous crime of defending their country against destruction.

    tomandersoncw · 6th March 2014 at 2:45 pm

    Sorry but it isn’t a mosque…
    However, that (highly hypothetical and fantastical) interpretation of international law is wrong. Civilians have absolute protection from attack.
    Tom Anderson

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