The israeli army has just bombarded Al-Fakhura school in Gaza, where families took refuge, killing what is estimated to be 200 human beings. The same school was bombarded during the 2008-2009 israeli attack, killing 40 people at the time (on January 6, 2009).
This is in line with a long tradition in the israeli army. You search for and read UN reports, and here you are a 2006 example from Marwaheen, a village in Lebanon where "people of the village were ordered to flee, obeyed Israeli orders and were then attacked by an Israeli gunship. The refugees took their children and stood them around the truck in which they were traveling so that Israeli pilots would see they were innocents. Then the Israeli helicopter mowed them down at close range," as reporter Robert Fisk reported at the time.
The above is part of my latest book as a theologian and activist, "On Palestinian Liberation: a Christian Perspective," 2021 (currently working on an English translation).
My publisher (renowned Dar El Adab, Beirut) agreed to provide a free electronic version; if you read Arabic you can find it here (if not, wait for an English translation soon): Free eBook
A Kindle edition also exists on Amazon (Kindle Edition)