Defense for Children International Palestine, an NGO “dedicated to defending the human rights of Palestinian children,” has admitted that a Hamas rocket landed short, killing 8 palestinians, including 2 children.
In a second incident around 6:05 p.m., initial investigations suggest a homemade rocket fired by a Palestinian armed group fell short and killed eight Palestinians, including two children. The rocket landed in Saleh Dardouna Street near Al-Omari Mosque in Jabalia, North Gaza, according to evidence collected by DCIP. Mustafa Mohammad Mahmoud Obaid, 16, was killed in the blast, and five-year-old Baraa Wisam Ahmad al-Gharabli succumbed to his injuries around 11 p.m. on May 10.
As for the other incident that killed 6 children and two adults, which I proved was also the result a Hamas rocket, they do leave open that possibility.
DCIP has not yet confirmed the cause of these deaths. At the time of the incident, Israeli drones and warplanes were reportedly overhead and Palestinian armed groups were firing homemade rockets towards Israel. DCIP continues to investigate these incidents to determine and identify the responsible parties.
And remember, DCI Palestine do love to blame Israel when they can.