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United Nations Repeats Questionable Hamas Statistics on Gaza Civilians Dead

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The United Nations used a statistic from Hamas to describe the number of civilians killed in Gaza during the ongoing war, without distinguishing between terrorists and civilians.

The Gaza Health Ministry updated its death count to 25,900 without specifying how many were combatants.

This figure is believed to include a significant number of Hamas operatives and civilians killed by misfired Palestinian rockets.

“The figures are unverified and are believed to include close to 10,000 Hamas operatives Israel said it has killed during fighting in the Strip, as well as civilians killed by misfired Palestinian rockets,” The Times of Israel wrote.

The use of this statistic eroded the crucial distinction between civilians and combatants, raising concerns about the reliability of the UN’s numbers and its alignment with anti-Israel propaganda.

“The UN’s official news service claims ALL Palestinians killed in Gaza are ‘civilians.’ Proof positive that United Nations’ numbers concerning Gaza are utterly unreliable,” Touro Institute on Human Rights and the Holocaust director Anne Bayefsky said.

“Instead, the global body is effectively operating as the Hamas PR agency, disseminating disinformation and blood libels against the Jewish state around the world.”

Additionally, the Gaza Health Ministry has a history of providing misleading information, such as falsely reporting the number of people killed in an explosion at a hospital in Gaza City.

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