That is clearly a school yard! WTF Boo, can you please tell us that it ain't so
Did the "Arabs" make that picture up? Firecrackers?
What the "Arabs" made up is that this is not the facility we are talking about and you know it. Try to concentrate on the facts here, please.
The question here is why would you deliberately post a picture of a complex in Beit Lahiya (Jordan Times
) when you know full well that that the U.N. school in question was located in Jabaliya (http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/07/wo...pagewanted=all
Trying to change the subject or the location of the incident might fool the ignorant, those easily distracted or your typical Arab apologist here but it won't fool me.
The U.N. subsequently retracted a statement they knew (or had to know) was false at the time of the incident. This is significant because the U.N. is supposedly a neutral mediator (and it's "moral authority" rests upon this "fact").
That there will be civilian casualties in war is regrettable but all too predictable, particularly when the prescription for war is written by Arabs in general and Palestinians in particular. The Arab strategy is to provoke a conflict, use your civilians as human shields, brace yourself for the inevitable retaliation and express outrage in public while rejoicing in private when your civilians are killed.
If no one else will tell you, I will: You have hereby been OWNED!