According to all war conventions existing today, targeted assassinations are NOT illegal, when focused on those who support or perform attacks. There is nothing political about a Hamas commander who launches attacks and directs militias to make and provide bombs to young men to take into Israel. They are considered 100% military at that point. The big difference, which escapes you, between qassams and targeted assassinations is the target and the damage. Israel targets those carrying weapons on the way to an attack, or those from terror groups in meetings - and only those. Pals target civilians...in day care, at home, sleeping, etc. who have NO connection to the IDF whatsoever...just as Nazis did.
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