This is from Rashad Hamada's testimony before the Goldstone commission last Summer. Note the extensive inconsistencies, unremarked by Goldstone: try * JimUSA * 21.02.10 * 04:40 The Goldstone team did not press Hamada on his inconsistencies. Thus: Mr. Rashad Hamada ." ... We have a factory for tomato canning and another factory for fruit canning, in addition to Al-Bader Flour Mills, these were targeted during the Israeli aggression against Gaza. In addition, we have a factory for the production of diapers..." Later in the same presentation, he says: " All the factories in the eastern region were destroyed. Did they also have resistance? I don't know, but what I do know is that vital factories were targeted. Why? ..." And later: "This factory ... the flourmill is a part of a whole..... The mill is 6.5 dunums within 45 dunums that are totally closed. In this area there is the tomato factory, the tomato refrigeration, there are the diapers factory, the warehouses... All of this together is closed in four meters high cement walls and barbed wire. Only the production line of the flourmill was targeted. The tomato factory was not..." Well, were "all" the factories destroyed, or "only the production line of the flour mill"? Can anyone tell? When it comes to demonizing Israel, do inconsistencies matter?
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