“Mongoweiss,” if you ever get around to reading the article, pay close attention to the following details:
1. The table at the very top, listing five of the names that you claim are missing.
2. The title of the article: “How many people have died from Gaza rockets into Israel?”
3. The table heading: “Fatalities from rocket and mortar attacks in Israel from the Gaza Strip”
4. The content of note #1, stating that the list does not include “Palestinians killed by rocket or mortar misfire in the Gaza Strip.”
5. The content of note #2, stating that the list does not include “People killed by Gaza rockets and mortars targeted inside the Gaza Strip…”
6. The explanation in note #2: “They were not aimed inside Israel. They also do not form part of the rhetoric that rockets and mortars from Gaza constitute an ‘existential threat’ to Israel.”
Any and all of the above disqualifies your criticism. Nevertheless, though I was not obligated to, I did reference the six remaining individuals you cite, and more—just not by name:
In Gaza settlements and the Erez Industrial Zone, rocket and mortar attacks inflicted eight civilian fatalities: three Israeli Jews, three foreign laborers from Thailand and China, and two Palestinian laborers from Khan Younis.
Additionally there were two IDF fatalities in Gaza settlements, including a soldier killed while on his way to guard duty in Kfar Darom and a soldier killed at an IDF outpost in the Morag settlement.
In other words, every single fatality you name has been accounted for.
I did all of this nearly two years ago when I published the first rocket fatality list, and it is reflected here as well.
As you are wrong on every count, are you prepared to acknowledge your sloppy errors and apologize?