Sorry, I guess I should have said "Israel doesn't have any white phoshporus bombs". I didn't realize anyone still did. Israel used artillery shells. And yes, the distinction matters. When you use the word "bomb", you imply that the device is used to cause damage via explosion, as the primary definition of the word says.Not only naive, but false. Did you just make this up?
If you had read my entire post, you would see that I acknowledge that they are used: but that's' not the point. The point is that they are not used for the intent of harming civilians or causing fires and they are not illegal for their designed purpose.It does make it easier to understand his biased mentality though, when he is unaware of the basics facts on the ground. I mean turn on the news any day of the night and you can see phosphorous rounds being used to illuminate the battlefield.
Quibbling over wording aside, the logic is not difficult to follow here, guys. A claim was made that Israel is violating international law by using white phosphorus. That claim is demonstrably false.