L: "So they found an unexploded bomd someplace else and `planted` it in the mill." In which case we are left with the claim that the flour mill was hit by IDF tanks firing 120mm artillery shells. Which means, of course, that the UN munitions experts who entered the building would have ALSO noted the presence of 120mm artillery shell fragments. No such discover has been reported, which rather suggests that: IF your claim of a "Pallywood" is correct THEN this flour mill just spontaneously combusted during the heat of battle OR Israel manufactures its 120mm tank shells out of Magic Fairy Dust. Which one, leoblue? After all, you seem to have handwaved away the only alternative i.e. that a UXB is evidence that the building was attacked from the air.
Yemen's vice president reportedly lands in Aden (Reuters)
from the article: Report: UN evidence counters Israel's account of Gaza war