"The US State Department has launched an inquiry into whether Israel misused US-made cluster bombs in Lebanon during the recent conflict.No need to fret, zionists, because terrorist acts by allies will continue to be unaccounted for.
Cluster bombs spray large numbers of bomblets over a wide area - which can remain unexploded and endanger civilians long after they are fired.
US-made weapons have been found at many of 300 sites in south Lebanon hit by cluster bombs, according to the UN. "
"A lot of them are in civilian areas, on farmland and in people's homes, said spokeswoman Dalya Farran.If they knew where all these rockets were hidden, why didn't they know where their 2 soldiers were being held?
"We're finding a lot at the entrances to houses, on balconies and roofs," she said.
"Sometimes windows are broken and they get inside the houses."
"Most of them are from America," Ms Farran said.
According to the UN, eight Lebanese have been killed and at least 30 wounded by exploding ordnance left behind after the 14 August ceasefire between Israel and Hezbollah came into force.
A congressional investigation after Israel's invasion of Lebanon in 1982 found Israel guilty of intentionally dropping cluster bombs in civilian areas.
A six year ban was imposed on further sales of the weapons to Israel.
But a senior White House official told the BBC that the current investigation is unlikely to lead to any serious repercussions.
Throughout the recent conflict, Israel argued that it tried to minimise civilian casualties.
But it said that Hezbollah fighters had hidden rocket launchers in houses, blurring the distinction between civilian and military targets.