You probably heard of the dozens of innocent people, mainly children, mistakenly killed in Qana, Lebanon, days ago. The one who did the raid, Israel, has so far apologized and admitted the mistake, and has initiated a halt to its military airstrikes for 48 hours.
Apologies and suspension of military airstrikes, however, do not bring back lost lives, and Israel continues to get flak for its blunder.
Hizballah / Hizbollah / Hizbullah / Hezbollah (it has been called those names in media) must be rejoicing for the mistake that Israel did, but I think it shares part of the blame. These pictures show that they also conduct their military activities within residential areas.
The only thing certain about wars is death. Its wagers call it a necesssary evil. The fact that it is 'evil,' I think, should have already told them its necessity may not be that absolute. People who start wars always think they can win it, and start a better world anew. I think that's an illusion. Anything that kills human beings on purpose will bring nothing but anguish and more wars.