Fasces wrote:They weren't attacking Hezbollah. They were targetting civilian infrastructure that Hezbollah had a theoretical potential of using - in the same way that a farmer becomes a legitimate target because his wheat feeds soldiers - while simultaneously demoralizing civilians through a show of force (shock and awe).
But they were attacking Hezbollah
The Guardian wrote:Hizbullah HQ destroyed in Israeli attacks
Staff and agencies
Fri 14 Jul 2006 14.25 EDT
Israeli warplanes today destroyed the headquarters of Hizbullah's leader, Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, as the attacks on Lebanon intensified.
Dahiyah is where Hezbollah's HQ was (and still is). Attacking Dahiyah is like attacking Israel's Kirya in Tel Aviv or the Pentagon in DC. Is that illegal?