By JPOST.COM STAFF
A digitally dated and time-stamped blood test report of a victim treated at a Palestinian hospital that admitted wounded from the June 9 Gaza beach explosion suggests that the attack did indeed take place during the time of the IDF artillery attack, Human Rights Watch reported on Friday.
Maj.-Gen. Meir Klifi, head of the IDF investigation into the incident told The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday that Israel was definitely not behind the explosion, saying that although the IDF fired six artillery shells onto the beach, the fatal incident occurred after that.
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