The outgoing head of the IDF's computers and communications branch outlines the army's approach to cyber warfare and dealing with Hamas and Hezbollah in future confrontations.09:12 30.04.16 | 0 comments
You probably won't see pictures of starving Gazans, because there aren't foreign journalists in Gaza to take such pictures. The Israeli gov't is under protest by Foreign Press Assoc saying UN reports that Gazan population of 1.5 million, half of them children,are in dire straights, and journalists are not allowed in to cover it. I don't know where you got information that thousands of Gazans receive medical care in Israel. UN relief agencies report that 80% of Gazans depend on meager trickle of Int'l aid that Israel permits to enter; 450,000 (30%) of Gazans are without clean water; patients in dire need of medical care not allowed to leave Gaza; 50 have died only because of lack of medical care. Human rights orgs say dozens of people have died in last 18 months while waiting for permits to enter Israel. WHO reports not enough IVs. Nurses forced to put blood into plastic bottles to transfer to IV bags. I am not confusing Gaza with 1948 Jerusalem, Mr sarcastic Aussie, and you know it.