@the_red_viper: 1. You claim the UN is biased, when the investigation was not carried out only by the Secretary General, two were carried out. One of which was carried out by a Dutch person who is ex military, who was also supported with other members some of which are also military. But the UN is bias, and you as an Israeli who would have served in the Israeli military is not. Makes sense.
2. Believing the UN.
3. Targeting civilians which this was is the same as anyone targeting civilians. Doesn't matter who they are or what they believe. It's abhorrent and a utter disgrace.
4. Then why did they attack civilians. No proof was given that they were terrorists. None.
5. None of the UN workers claimed that they are firing rockets from it. None of the civilians claimed either. Israel tried to defend saying that it was not them, rather their enemies weapons malfunctioning. This later was discovered to wrong. And seeing as they opened a criminal investigation to this in Israel then it shows they found some merit into what you are justifying. Now as the buildings are designated civilian buildings and were filled with civilians it's a war crime.
I grew up in the UK. We've been subject to terrorist attacks for a long time from the IRA targeting civilians to ISIS. I'm not a supporter of either the those, nor the way the UK government approached either.
If they do everything even aborting air strikes then why did this happen? They knew it was a civilian population, and that information was given freely by the UN so Israel avoided hitting them. They choose to do so anyway. Information always solid, if that was the case they wouldn't have opened an in house criminal investigation, because that shows doubt. Also the findings of the UN differ.
The conflict is the whole thing. From the 1940s until now. The whole thing.
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