The (Palestinian) right to death.
When the IDF then shells an UNRWA school where hundreds of people were taking refuge, it knows precisely what it's doing. When they say terrorists store weapons in all the places mentioned above they're making clear they reserve the right to attack anywhere; it's a defence in advance. When those shells kill 15 innocents, all the IDF can do is try and divert some of the blame, even it involves telling easily disprovable lies. According to the IDF, there was a humanitarian window between 10:00 and 14:00 today when those sheltering in the school could have left to try and find somewhere else to escape the violence. Instead, Hamas apparently prevented them from leaving. This is news to UNRWA, who say they tried to coordinate exactly such a window and it was never granted. In any case, Hamas continued firing from Beit Hanoun. The IDF was responding to that fire. By shelling a school they had the exact coordinates of, where they knew there were hundreds of civilians who wanted to leave but couldn't.
Something about this story doesn't add up. To be precise, this is the sort of story a five-year-old would find difficult to believe. It leads you to one conclusion, and one conclusion only: the IDF doesn't care what it hits in Gaza, and it will always blame Hamas regardless of how bad it looks. This is the exact sort of behaviour we condemn when it's the Syrian military doing it. They're the same kind of lies we find outrageous when they're told by the Russians. Yet still our representatives will keep repeating Israel has the right to defend itself. The Palestinians, as said before, only have the right to die.