To little to late
The UN’s admission neither solves nor corrects anything, because the problems still remain the same, a lazy, biased media will give this story short shrift. The Finnish media gatekeepers will deem this as old news and therefore not news worthy. KGS
The United Nations has reversed its stance on one of the most contentious and bloody incidents of the recent Israel Defense Forces operation in Gaza, saying that an IDF mortar strike that killed 43 people on January 6 did not hit one of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency schools after all.
It seems that the UN has been under pressure to put the record straight after doubts arose that the school had actually been targeted. Maxwell Gaylord, the UN humanitarian coordinator in Jerusalem, said Monday that the IDF mortar shells fell in the street near the compound, and not on the compound itself.
NOTE: The high number in casualties are also in question.