Rain of Fire: White Phosphorus in GazaMarch 25, 2009
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During Israel's 22-day military operations in Gaza, from December 27, 2008 to January 18, 2009, named Operation Cast Lead, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) repeatedly exploded white phosphorus munitions in the air over populated areas, killing and injuring civilians, and damaging civilian structures, including a school, a market, a humanitarian aid warehouse and a hospital.
Senior Military Analyst Marc Garlasco discusses Human Rights Watch's on the ground investigation and findings.