Innocents attacked: how terrorists are made (Operation Cast Lead in Gaza)

Here are the interviews of Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish, a famous medical doctor who practiced in Israel while living in Palestine, crossing the border each morning. During Operation Cast Lead, the 2008 Israeli invasion of Gaza, he found himself stuck in his house with no way to leave. His house was shelled by the IDF (Israeli Defense Forces), killing his three daughters and his niece while he was in the next room. Distraught, and with one more daughter severely injured (her eye was dangling out of the socket, and her fingers barely attached on one hand), he called his friend, Shlomi Eldar for help. Schlomi, a news correspondent for Israeli TV,  happened to be on live television, and the phone call was broadcast live to the Israeli public.

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