Obviously an Aubergine
In any ongoing conflict there will be tit for tat.I also stated that i also don't agree with Isreal's annexation, so in terms on what the international community agreed with it is very simple. on who's to blame for what it's more complicated and the look away mentality when it comes down to Palestinian war crimes is terrible. In any book moving your rockect launching capabilities purposely into schools and other buildings where they cause extra civilian harm or moving women and children into likely targets is a war crime. However if the Palestinians do it it is ignored, until they really can't deny the evidence anymore.. (proof here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Fakhura_school_incident#:~:text=4 Initial reactions-,Overview,which exploded outside the school. and admitted in 2014 https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2014/09/hamas-quietly-admits-it-fired-rockets-from-civilian-areas/380149/
''After a wave of violence between Israelis and Palestinians in 2015, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas announced that Palestinians would no longer be bound by the Oslo Accords. '' source: https://www.cfr.org/global-conflict-tracker/conflict/israeli-palestinian-conflict indeed to link you posted earlier.
And behaviours, and actions, on both sides, that any right minded person would consider appalling.
Looked as as a whole though,
In terms of who has overwhelming firepower, and the motivation to use it.
Who has far greater clout on the global stage.
Who has support both political. and fiscal from a 'superpower'
Looked at in those terms I don't think it's too difficult to actually see who is the oppressed, and who is the oppressor in this ongoing situation.
Who is stealing land, and resources. from whom??
Other people may look at all this and see things differently, for reasons of their own that is their perogative.
Personally, I'm constitutionally unsuited to siding with the bullies.