U.N.: Israel 'Reckless' in Gaza

A new report on the Gaza war: A United Nations investigation has found that Israel’s use of white phosphorous munitions that killed Palestinians at a U.N. school showed a “reckless disregard” for human life. The projectiles struck U.N. premises twice, killing two and injuring more. The investigation found Israel responsible for seven of the nine worst attacks on U.N. premises earlier this year, including one that killed three men at a U.N. school in Asma. The panel blamed just one attack on Palestinians and said it was accidental. The panel called for Israel to apologize for falsely claiming it was responding to Hamas mortar fire when it shelled the U.N.’s Jabalia school in January, killing up to 40 people in the area. Israel’s deputy U.N. ambassador, Daniel Carmon, has called the report was biased.