The political debacle prompted by the confession of Israeli military personnel about their conduct in Gaza has forced the launch of a probe. With Israeli armed forces having themselves confessed to the wanton killing of civilians as well as immoral behavior in the Gaza Strip and the issue spilling into politics, the Israeli military has been forced to take action. Military Advocate General Brig. Gen. Avichai Mendelblit on Thursday ordered the Military Police Investigation unit to launch a probe into the testimony of Israeli veterans of the three-week war. The People's Voice: Gaza deaths dog Israeli military. TimesOnline: ISRAELI SOLDIERS ADMIT TO DELIBERATE KILLING OF GAZA CIVILIANS. Al Jazeera: Gaza offensive possible 'war crime'. The Independent: Israel's dirty secrets in Gaza. Doonesbury strip, "wherein the Vietnamese character Phred takes a post-war vacation to Cambodia. Talking to the curator of a demolished museum, he asks if it had been destroyed during the "Secret Bombings." The man replies: Secret bombings? Boy, there wasn't anything secret about them! Everyone here knew! I did, and my wife, she knew, too! She was with me, and I remarked on them! I said "Look, Martha, here come the bombs. His wife turns to Phred and says: It's true, he did."