I post this picture, at least temporarily, to bring up some "discussion" on its artistic merits. Notice the composition of the hole in the center surrounded by hundreds of sympathizing terrorists supporters. Notice the depth of the crater that is synonymous to the depths of the depravity that exists in the minds of Hamas. Note, that there are still people there in crater, thus expressing the reality that Hamas' depravity knows no bounds.
Let us also examine the impact that an image such as this can have on people and their reality.
Palestinians gather around the crater caused by an IAF strike on the house of Hamas interior minister Said Siam's brother in Gaza City. Siam was killed in the attack.
Hamas's interior minister, Said Siam, was killed along with his brother Iad and his son, as well as another senior Hamas man in an IAF strike on a house in the Jabaliya neighborhood in Gaza City, Israeli defense officials told The Jerusalem Post.
Siam was the Hamas political echelon's liaison with the group's military wing, and was responsible for the various security apparatuses in the Strip, including the police and the naval force.
Siam was considered a radical and was in contact with Hamas's political leadership in Damascus. He was also considered close to Iranian officials. Siam was one of the masterminds of Hamas's violent takeover of the Gaza Strip in June 2007.
Salah Abu Shrakh, the head of the Hamas general security service, was also killed in the air strike. Mahmoud Watfa, one of the commanders of the Hamas military wing, was also killed in the strike.
Two weeks ago, the IAF dropped a one-ton bomb on the home of one of the group's top five leaders, Sheikh Nizar Rayyan, killing him and a reported 18 others.
Responding to the assassination, Hamas exiled leader Khaled Mashaal said that "Israel has totally lost it." According to Mashaal, the hit was proof of Israel being "unnerved", since "it couldn't cope with the Palestinian resistance activists in the Gaza Strip battlefield."
Mashaal asserted that "Israel has more fatalities than Hamas."