UN Appears to Admit Its Tally of Women and Children Killed in Gaza Was Vastly Inflated

UN Appears to Admit Its Tally of Women and Children Killed in Gaza Was Vastly Inflated


In a change of course, the United Nations has significantly revised its data on the breakdown of Palestinian casualties in the ongoing Israel-Hamas war, reducing the number of women and children killed in Gaza by almost 50 percent.

The U.N. Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs has published daily reports on the Palestinian and Israeli casualties in the conflict, which began when Hamas killed 1,200 people, most of them civilians, in a brutal terrorist attack on Oct. 7.

The United Nations has relied on statistics provided by Gaza’s Ministry of Health and Government Media Office in compiling its reports.

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The May 6 report listed the number of Palestinian children killed in the conflict at more than 14,500 and the number of Palestinian women killed at

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