I'm not suggesting that there isn't provocative literature being printed, passed around, dropped from airplanes or whatever, Hamburger. War is ugly, cruel, unkind, viscious, savage, and hurts the innocent along with the combatants and there is absolutely nothing to commend it. And those who fight wars do things that would be unconscionable in a time of peace. The presumption that war can be clean and perfectly executed and without innocent casualties is one of the most naive presumptions ever.
And peace is not necessarily the absence of war.
There is no peace for Israel right now, and until I am forced to live in a situation where somebody is firing rockets at me hoping to injure, maim, or kill me, my family, my neighbors, and/or destroy my property--a situation that takes my peace from me--I won't judge Israel. I personally think that overwhelming force to bring the matter to a conclusion and settle it once and for all is often a more humane plan than dragging it out over months, years, decades, and eventually centuries.
But while I do not presume more wisdom than those who have to deal with it and don't know what would produce ultimate peace there, I cannot see the Israelis as being more savage or of less conscience than the Palestinians, and I do see the Israelis as the ones being forced to defend themselves to obtain their own peace.
Once the Palestinians make a genuine and sincere move to achieve peace with Israel, and Israel does not accommodate that effort, then I would entertain the thought that Israel is the bad guys.