Inquiry, shit. ABC News showed UN workers digging unexploded bomblets out of apartment rubble, holding up to the camera to see. Unless that was a far more extreme version of news-faking than the faked smoke in the infamous Reuters photo. But it fits the pattern established by us in Iraq -- indiscriminate cluster-bombing in or near civilian areas, knowing full well that 20-25% of the bomblets don't explode upon impact, and are found later, frequently by hapless civilians, many of them children. Functionally, they're essentially mines.
I suppose this is just another of those "hard decisions" that "serious people" have to make for "freedom". It's always someone else's kid, after all.
Well, then I guess you're even now, aren't you? Southern Lebanon is destroyed, infrastructure (which, you know, enables civilians to do things like go to work and home and school, and lead normal everyday lives) up and down the entire country has been damaged from deliberate targeting, and a quarter of the population was turned into internal refugees.
And now cluster-bombing civilian areas, while smugly denying that civilians are being deliberately targeted, and pointing the finger at Hezbollah for its "indiscriminate" attacks. I dunno, seems like there's some blame to go around on that count.