Do I deny that shrapnell-loaded rockets were fired at Israeli towns? No. Obviously they were. Do shrapnell-laden rockets distinguish civilians? No, they do not. The distinction comes from where they were aimed. Were hezbollah rockets unguided? Of course. They have no guidance system. Were they aimed wildly? No. Even if they are unguided they can still be aimed e.g. like artillery, also unguided but aimable. Were Hezbollah aiming to hit civilians with these rockets in those towns? Ahhh. Now, THAT is a good question. Were they? Or were they aiming to hit military bases, and weapons stores, garrisons, and armaments factories inside those towns? I know your answer, but who are you to be certain? Were you sitting in on the Hezbollah war planners meetings? If you don't KNOW, then look at the RESULTS to divine intent. The results are clearcut - few civilian deaths from those rockets, but plenty of civilian deaths from IDF air attacks.
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