One bullet from an Israeli sniper, who was apparently on a roof some distance away, about 200 meters as the crow flies, interrupted everything all at once. Why did he shoot? Is it possible that on a clear day he didn't see that he was killing a woman doing laundry? Is it possible that he didn't mean to kill her, and yet was right on target - with one bullet that pierced her back and exited from her neck? Why should a soldier want to kill a woman doing laundry? Dalal Abu al-Hassan, 23 years old at her death. A housewife who went up to the roof last week to hang up laundry and is now a shaheeda (a martyr for the cause). Her bedroom is pocked with bullet marks from previous occasions when soldiers were in the area. Death lies in ambush here even in the house, in the bedroom and on the roof.
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