WE GIVE MILITARY AID TO ISRAEL THAT KILL LEBANESE CHILDREN. Report: Israel requests U.S. expedite delivery of cluster munitions rockets New York Times reports Israel made the request since it has been unable to suppress Hezbollah attacks.By Shmuel Rosner, Haaretz Correspondent Report: Israel requests U.S. expedite delivery of cluster munitions rockets - Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News Robert Fisk Reports From Lebanon on the Israeli Bombing of Qana This is not the first time that Qana has been devastated by Israeli fire. In 1996, more than 106 villagers died after Israel bombed the UN compound where they were seeking refuge. In the aftermath of the strike 10 years ago, reporting by Robert Fisk led to the United Nations condemnation of the attack. Robert Fisk had just returned from Tyre, where the victims from Sunday's Israeli air strike in Qana were taken following the attack. And, of course, every time I saw the Qana, I remember that I was actually in Qana ten years ago when the massacre occurred there then. This is the second massacre in the town whose inhabitants believe that this is the place where Jesus turned water into wine in the Bible, most of whom, 95% of whom, are Christians -- Im sorry, are Muslims. I think all who died were Muslims. The 5% is Christians who have been there for hundreds of years, their families, because they do believe it is the Biblical Qana. There is a claimant to the rival of Qana in Galilee in northern Israel actually. The grownups, the adult dead, including twelve women, were taken out later. The children were put in the truck first. Pretty grim. As I said, the children's hair, when you could see the bodies, were matted with dust and mud. And most of them appear to have been bleeding from the nose. I assume thats because their lungs were crushed by the bomb, and therefore they naturally hemorrhaged as they died. Robert Fisk Reports From Lebanon on the Israeli Bombing of Qana That Killed 57, Including 37 Children IDF commander: We fired more than a million cluster bombs in Lebanon Phosphorous and cluster bombs heavily used; unexploded munitions litter wide area of Lebanon. By Meron Rappaport "What we did was insane and monstrous, we covered entire towns in cluster bombs," the head of an IDF rocket unit in Lebanon said regarding the use of cluster bombs and phosphorous shells during the war. In addition, soldiers in IDF artillery units testified that the army used phosphorous shells during the war, widely forbidden by international law. According to their claims, the vast majority of said explosive ordinance was fired in the final 10 days of the war. IDF commander: We fired more than a million cluster bombs in Lebanon - Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News At least the guns we put into the hand of drug cartels killed other drugs cartels. Except the one border agent. Holder , if he ordered Fast and furious, should be given a medal of honor.