I found something interesting in the BBC newsclip http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/2347155.stm
"Michael Yitzhaki, who escaped from the bus, said: "The flames ate up the bus with amazing speed...We didn't manage to get inside to save anyone. It was pretty difficult watching people who we couldn't help anymore.
"What was even worse was that the soldiers' ammunition
began to explode and the whole bus was completely engulfed in flames."
So let us see, the bus was full of armed soldiers, and some guys here try to sell us this is an attack against innocent civilians? Alright, not only soldiers died here, also civilians, but these same pro-Israel guys will explain us after an IDF raid with civilian casualties that this is caused because of the terrorists cowardly hiding among the civilian population... and couldn't we say the same thing about this bus?
I do not condone or justify at all this attack, and condemn it in the strongest terms, but I am really tired of being cheated by both sides of this conflict. This constant lyin', bitchin' & moanin' has the effect of dilapidating all the sympathy capital one could have for any side. All I see is endless complaining and finger pointing, but no sincere effort to fix the situation by the guys in charge . I wonder if these guys do no have the guts to do what has to be done, and expect an international solution imposed upon them.