WHOA – United Nations just REVISED death toll claimed by Hamas in Gaza, cutting it nearly in HALF

Everyone relies on the Hamas Health Ministry for death toll numbers in Gaza while Israel’s war of self-defense continues, but the United Nations surprisingly just cut those numbers nearly in half.

Even the UN was initially relying on Hamas for the numbers of women and children killed, but has now revised the number as follows: Women killed from 9,500 to 4,959; Children killed from 14,500 to 7,797.

Here’s more from Fox News:

In a dramatic shift, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has revised its data pertaining to the number of Palestinian casualties in the seven-month-old Gaza war, reducing almost by half the number of women and children it previously said were killed in the hostilities between Israel and the Iranian-backed terror group Hamas.

According to an infographic published in OCHA’s daily report on May 6, the number of women killed in the fighting was said to be 9,500, while the organization, which admits to relying on figures from the Hamas-run Ministry of Health in Gaza, claimed that 14,500 children had been killed since the war began on Oct. 7.

Two days later, in its May 8 report, the U.N. agency appeared to have cut the number nearly in half, showing instead that some 4,959 women and 7,797 children had been killed so far in the war, which began after thousands of Hamas-led terrorists infiltrated southern Israel from Gaza, slaughtering more than 1,200 people, mostly civilians, and taking some 240 people hostage.

I’m honestly surprised to see this from the UN and I’m sure the Israeli’s appreciate it, considering the heavy amount of international pressure from the likes of Joe Biden over civilian casualties.

I doubt it will make a difference where Biden is concerned because all he cares about is getting elected. But perhaps it will make a difference with other world leaders who aren’t Jew-haters.

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