Larry Johnson has been wobbling all over the place lately but still has some credibility, I think. His website uses statistics sourced by Haaretz that suggest that absolutely no very young children were killed, by anyone, in Israel.
There is a very large number of ‘N/A’ however, so perhaps the baked and beheaded are concealed within that category. Forgive my sarcasm, part of my general propaganda reflux reaction.
He also provides links to a couple of other solid stories, some of them a few days old now.
So far, apart from a few talking heads on Al-Jazeera immediately afterward, I’ve not seen any serious analysis of Hassan Nasrallah’s speech today. I guess that might take a day or two although I expect the Hasbara and their useful idiots will be putting some stick about.
I watched the whole thing apart from the first 15 minutes. My impression was that it was very measured. I was struck by how he only mentioned the state of Israel and the United States by name (as enemies). He was clearly very focused on not providing any tinder for the above-mentioned disinfo campaigns. Support is high for Palestinians in European and other countries (and Blinken is playing at being emollient. Biden? Who knows? Most of all himself).
Unless I am mistaken I don’t recall him naming any leaders by name e.g. Netanyahu. He was content to repeatedly refer to the Israeli regime as ‘stupid’ but that’s about as far as it went.
Nasrallah was somewhat scathing of bought-and-paid-for Middle Eastern states, he was careful to distance Iran from Hamas and the other active participants in the conflict, and he implied that the diversion of great chunks of the IDF to the Lebanon border was a triumph in itself.
I suspect the above is a rather poor precis