"Have you seen the video attached to this article on the BBC site? " - Anna Yes I have, and thank you. It shows no crater within sight. And it does cover a large area of a far larger area than a quassam sized warhead on a surface burst would make without leaving a distinct crater. Still, the crater could be behind the photographer, though it would have to be a very large crater from a very large missile or shell, far larger than a quassam. Please folks. I don't know if you understand the methodology of Bomb Damage Assessment, but basically you can tell a lot about what damage was done, from the photographic record. Does anyone have a photo of the crater which can be verified as to its provenance?
10 arrested at Israeli Arab protest in Ramle (Haaretz)
from the article: Peretz: Gaza beach blast may have internal Palestinian cause