http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/5343188.stm The topic of this thread I guess is inevitably going to be about the specious arguments of 'moral equivalence'. So let's cut to the chase and begin right there... Yes, more Lebanese civillians died than Israelis but that is not for Hezbollah's lack of trying, as every single one of the 4,000 rockets were admitedly and deliberately meant to kill Isreali civillians. By definition there was no such a thing as collateral damage from Hezbollah's pov regarding its attacks on Israel. With an arsenal of probably 10-15,000 katyushas being able to be fired from deep within civillian areas even from the balcony of a flat, it was inevitable that there would be civillian casualities and errors on the Lebanese population by Israeli responses. Amnesty notes that the Israelis also have been accused of war crimes, these being the deliberate targeting of infrastructure, however it is a genuinely debatable point as Hezbollah also used civillian infrastructure. What is not debatable is that every Hezbollah rocket fired was an undeniable war crime before it even landed. It need not be proven either because Nasrallah has already admitted as much.