It only hit the parking lot.
I don’t cover war news per se; but this story is more like “nooze news.” And lots and lots of sources are reporting this: take your pick.
The New York Times has admitted it, well, made a wee mistake in reporting that Israel bombed a hospital in Gaza and killed 500 people (https://www.politico.com/news/2023/10/23/gaza-hospital-new-york-times-00122986). “Oh, we just got it a little bit wrong!” In that Hamas, not Israel, launched the rocket; and it landed on a parking lot, killing no one in the hospital. Other than those little details, the story was just jim-dandy.
What consequences will the Times face for this inexcusable BS phony “news” coverage? I’m guessing none. Their boy Walter Duranty won a Pulitzer in the 1930s for being Josef Stalin’s cheerleader. You don’t see them giving it back, do you? Like, just because Duranty’s coverage was all lies…
A spokesbot for the Times said, “We relied too heavily on claims by Hamas.” Do tell. They wanted the story to be true.
And I think we can all speculate for ourselves why that might be so.