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"The evidence strongly suggests that the extensive destruction of public works, power systems, civilian homes and industry was an integral part of the military strategy, rather than 'collateral damage' or the result of lawfully targeting military objectives," added Goering.
The evidence presented in this publication includes the following:
- Massive destruction by Israeli forces of whole civilian neighborhoods and villages
- Attacks on bridges in areas of no apparent strategic importance
- Attacks on water pumping stations, water treatment plants and supermarkets despite the prohibition against targeting objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population
- Statements by Israeli military officials indicating that the destruction of civilian infrastructure was indeed a goal of Israel's military campaign designed to press the Lebanese government and the civilian population to turn against Hizbullah.
Report on Israeli Deliberate Destruction of Lebanese Infrastructure.