Israeli drone attacks killed 825 civilians in Gaza since 2006
The Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) says Israeli forces used drones to kill hundreds of Palestinians in the Gaza strip since 2006. According to the rights group Israeli aerial vehicles killed 825 civilians in the blockaded coastal enclave including women and children. Israel deploys drones to initiate attacks or to mark targets for air-strikes to be carried out by Apache helicopters and F16 fighter jets. They were heavily used during the war on Gaza which claimed the lives of nearly 1400 Gazans and the injury of thousands. Analysts say, the United States and Israel closely collaborate on the development of unmanned aerial vehicles. According to them, Israel is using the Gaza Strip as testing ground for its weapons. Israeli drones fly non-stop in the Gaza sky with their buzzing sound which could be heard day and night, a dull distant purr that within moments swells into the rattling sound similar to that of a motorcycle. With the international apathy towards the plight of Palestinians, experts say Gaza residents will continue to be at the mercy of Israel and its internationally banned weapons. The Israeli regime has launched a systematic attempt to redraw the map of the occupied Palestinian territories by advertising tourism maps in the UK newspapers. An Israeli tourism map appearing in the London-based newspaper The Guardian last weekend rendered occupied Palestinian and Syrian territories as part of "Israel". The three-page advertising spread from the Israeli <b>...</b>
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