Seems so convenient to throw out the term 'International law' when attacking Israel. Why not try applying it when Gaza attacks Israel? Under International Law, sovereign states have the right to defend against attackers. In any war, tragic accidents happen. That's only one of the tragedies of war, and the perpetrators should think about their own civilians before attacking Israel. However, the pals, just like Hitler, care little for their own civilians. If they did, they wouldn't allow them to even use the beach from which they launch attacks at their sworn enemy. To the barbarian terrorists though, collateral damage on their side only props up their own distorted image. I'm sorry for the IDF if this was their mistake. Knowing them as I do, I'm certain it wasn't intentional.
Neurologist and author Oliver Sacks dies at 82 (Haaretz)
from the article: Peretz: Gaza beach blast may have internal Palestinian cause