Less than a month has passed since more than 100 Lebanese civilians were slaughtered by an Israeli artillery barrage on a U.N. compound. In that time, the village of Qana has become a shrine to Lebanon's rage and anguish. Photographs of the victims, who include at least 25 children under the age of 12, adorn a cement memorial. Black banners decry Israel's "terrorism" and "barbarity." But did Israel attack the U.N. base deliberately? Lebanese say yes. Israel vehemently says no, it was an accident. Last week the U.N. reported on its own investigation by Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali's top military adviser. The...

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