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May 4, 2015 9:50 am

Mortar Fired From UN Facility Killed 4-Year-Old Israeli Daniel Tragerman During Gaza War, Former IDF Chief Says

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The scene of a Gaza rocket attack on Israel that left 4-year-old Daniel Tragerman dead. Photo: Israel police.

Times of Israel – The mortar round that killed four-year-old Daniel Tragerman on the second to last day of the war in and around Gaza last summer was fired from a United Nations installation, Lt. Gen. (res) Benny Gantz, the commander of the army during the 50-day war, said on Monday.

“I will share with you my painful experience of visiting 75 [bereaved] families in the last four months of my service… I went to visit each and every family [bereaved by the Gaza war]. No media. Just them and me,” Gantz said, speaking in English at an Israel Law Center conference on the need to change the laws of war.

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