1. In fact the commission DID find them guilty of war crimes. my point stands: commission was several years and thousands of rockets too late. somehow in 2007 it was "legitimate resistance". 2. Do you really think it practicable that the UN start a war crimes investigation every time there is cross border fighting and attacks between two nations when they represent only an occasional rocket, with little or no damage the usual result? Define "occasional". How about after 100? 1000?
UN Security Council condemns North Korea launch, vows action (Reuters)
from the article: UN probe: Israel, Palestinians both guilty of Gaza war crimes