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August 1, 2014 10:10 am

Finnish TV Reporter at Gaza’s Al Shifa Hospital: ‘It’s True That Rockets Are Launched Here From the Gazan Side Into Israel’ (VIDEO)

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A report for Finland's Helsingin Sanomat says, "Right in the back parking lot of Al Shifa Hospital, a rocket was launched." Photo: Screenshot / YouTube.

A report for Finland's Helsingin Sanomat says, "Right in the back parking lot of Al Shifa Hospital, a rocket was launched." Photo: Screenshot / YouTube.

A television reporter from Finland’s Helsingin Sanomat, the “Helsinki Dispatch,” spent the night reporting from Gaza’s Al Shifa Hospital, where she saw Hamas militants launching a rocket from the hospital’s parking lot, confirming a war crime that few journalists have dared report.

Using hospitals, schools and mosques to store weapons or as a military base is against international rules of war. The Al Shifa Hospital, in particular, has been an area of focus after journalists reported that Hamas was using the hospital as a headquarters, but many of their reports were withdrawn, deleted on social media or actually taken off their newspaper websites because of fears for their safety and retribution from Hamas for reporting the truth.

The Helsingin Sanomat report was titled, ‘HS spent the night at a hospital in Gaza.’

Their reporter, whose name is not shown in the segment uploaded to YouTube on Friday, is reporting from outside of the hospital, where she said, “Right in the back parking lot of Al Shifa Hospital, a rocket was launched, two o’clock in the morning.”

“Really, it happened right in the area, the sound of it was really loud,” she said. “It’s true that rockets are launched here from the Gazan side into Israel.”

Watch the Helsingin Sanomat report from the parking lot of Gaza’s Al Shifa Hospital.

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