A pillow, a belt, a child's school bag and pages of a torn copy of the Quran lie in the wreckage of the Al-Da'aa family home in Zeitoun, a neighbourhood of Gaza City. Twenty-four members of the family were killed when an F-16 fighter jet dropped a bomb on their house. Nine bodies still lie under what is now just a massive pancake of concrete, metal wires and death.
"There were no Hamas fighters here," said Zohair Al-Raay, a neighbour of the Al-Da'aa family. "Where are the weapons? Where are the missiles? The Al-Da'aa family had nothing to do with that."