It turns out the Gaza hospital wasn’t bombed, the parking lot was, and 500 people didn’t die
On Tuesday evening a rocket reportedly hit the Al Ahli Hospital in Gaza causing a massive explosion and resulting in the deaths of allegedly several hundred Palestinians.
The Palestinians, Islamic Jihad terror group and Western media immediately blamed Israel for the explosion.
This comes ten days after the largest slaughter of Jews since World War II. Over 1,300 Jews were massacred by Hamas and another 200 Jews were taken hostage back to Gaza on October 7.
The international media immediately blamed Israel for the rocket attack “on the hospital.”
But it now appears the story was fake news.
A rocket did not strike the hospital. It struck a parking lot. It was likely an Islamic Jihad missile that was fired from nearby in the urban area.
And 500 Palestinians did not die in the missile strike.
As reported earlier – There was a barrage of missiles fired by the Islamic Jihad in the area at around the same time.
This image by XRVision shows the hospital still standing – with solar panels still intact following the missile strike.
The international media owes Israel an apology. Clearly, the fake news was fooled once again.
Pro-Palestinian protesters invade the Capitol: More than 300 demonstrators are arrested after demanding Israeli ceasefire by staging a sit-down in a rotunda in the Congress complex
Pro-Palestinian protestors are taking over the U.S. Capitol as hundreds demand a ceasefire between Hamas terrorists in Gaza and Israel.
The demonstration comes a day after a bombing of a hospital in Gaza killed hundreds of Palestinians.
The protestors, dressed in black shirts that read ‘JEWS SAY CEASEFIRE NOW’ and ‘NOT IN OUR NAME’ took over the large rotunda in the Cannon House Office Building.
The demonstrators held posters with messages like ‘LET GAZA LIVE’ and ‘MOURN THE DEAD, AND FIGHT LIKE HELL FOR THE LIVING.’
Capitol Police made 300 arrests as the group got louder and more disruptive with chants and singing.
They cut off public access to the Capitol complex as swarms of angry Palestinian advocates flooded the Cannon building.
Capitol Police said of the mass arrests: ‘We warned the protestors to stop demonstrating and when they did not comply we began arresting them.’
Rep. Randy Weber posted on X a video of a sign he had hanging outside his office that said ‘I stand with Israel’ that had been torn down by protesters.
Some Democrats have claimed that Israel committed a war crime by intentionally targeting a hospital – a claim the Israeli Defense Force has avidly denied.
The Defense Department said they believed it was ‘highly improbable’ Israeli forces were behind the explosion that killed hundreds of people at the Gaza hospital – and President Biden suggested the same during a trip to Israel.
‘I’m not saying they meant to do it…they gotta learn to shoot straight,’ he told reporters.
The blast threw Biden’s trip to the Middle East into chaos: a scheduled meeting in Jordanian capital Amman with the king of Jordan and the presidents of Egypt and Palestine was canceled in the fallout of the deadly air strike.
Jonathan Conricus, a spokesman for the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), claimed they have conclusive evidence that Israel was not behind the strike – but the evidence has not yet been published. He shared a video of what he said could be the missile strike.
Progressive Rep. Rashida Tlaib claimed that Israeli leaders have lied before about their actions after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu assured his government was not behind the bombing of the Palestinian hospital.
She spoke to the group in a tearful address before they headed into the Capitol.
‘A lot of people are not gonna forget this! It’s not a threat — it isn’t!’
‘[We] just continue to watch people think it’s okay to bomb a hospital with children. You know what’s so hard sometimes is watching those videos and the people telling the kids don’t cry,’ Tlaib said as she choked up in front of the crowd.