Rashad Hamada, who together with his brother owned the al-Badr flour mill, gave evidence in a public hearing in June last year. Both brothers have good contacts with Israeli counterparts, have hard to get business permits, which allow them to travel between Gaza and Israel and their statements are credible. Rashad Hamadan said that the factory twice received phone calls from the Israeli military, telling them to evacuate the building, which according to his account was hit by air strikes. The production in the only remaining productive mill, which had a large supply of wheat, was spread over 5 floors. The unexploded airplane bomb pierced the concrete layers of 4 floors before it came to rest on the 1st (UK) floor. Sounds very credible to me, based on my experiences in Lebanon. Most damage was done by shells from tanks and Apache helicopters, but the unexploded airplane bomb showed that the Israelis lied. They did target the factory from the air, but the bomb failed to explode!!
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