The U.S. is “reluctantly” considering additional covert action against Iran, according to the Christian Science Monitor. The plan calls for air strikes on power plants and other sites “that could impact Iranian civilian populations.”
Under the Laws and Customs of War on Land (Hague, IV), drafted October 18, 1907, it is illegal to bomb civilian infrastructure and the Nuremberg Principles state that “devastation not justified by military necessity” is a war crime.
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