A comparison between that report and its most recent report slamming Israel shows in stark terms how biased Amnesty is against Israel.
For Yarmouk, as with Amnesty reports from Egypt and other Arab countries, victims are just statistics. An appendix lists their names here but the report itself gives no detail as to the heartbreaking circumstances of their deaths.
Only when Israel is being blamed are the victims humanized- sometimes three pages dedicated to the circumstances of the death of a single person, plus photos and interviews with their distraught family members.
Here, in black and white, one can see how hard Amnesty works to demonize Israel while letting real crimes against Palestinian Arabs go relatively lightly.
Title of report
Number of pages in the report
Number of civilians killed according to Amnesty
Time period covered
Circumstances of their deaths
Mostly while participating in or near violent acts
Starvation, sniper fire, bombings
Number of extensive personal stories given for victims
At least 18, some three pages long
Number of photos of victims (dead and injured)
At least 14
Number of times it uses the word “impunity”
Number of times it uses the phrase “International law”
Video produced to support report?
Yes, 4 minutes
Placement on Amnesty webpage
Linked from front page, 2 weeks after report issued
On front page the day it was released