Israel admits troops may have used phosphorus shells in Gaza | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Israel admits troops may have used phosphorus shells in Gaza

Israel has admitted – after mounting pressure – that its troops may have used white phosphorus shells in contravention of international law, during its three-week offensive in the Gaza Strip.

One of the places most seriously affected by the use of white phosphorus was the main UN compound in Gaza City, which was hit by three shells on 15 January. The same munition was used in a strike on the al-Quds hospital in Gaza City the same day.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

With literally tons of incriminating evidence scattered across the burned-out homes of Gaza Israel can hardly deny it any longer without making themselves look worse than they already do.

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