Amnest International accuses Israel and Hizbollah of committing war crimes. Hizbollah for firing rockets at civilian areas during the war with Israel last summer. As to Israeli violations, here's a summary:
"Israeli forces carried out indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks on a large scale."
"Israeli forces also appear to have carried out direct attacks on civilian infrastructure intended to inflict a form of collective punishment on Lebanon's people, in order to induce them and the Lebanese government to turn against Hezbollah, as well as to cause harm to Hezbollah's military capability."
"The million or so unexploded bomblets that were left continued to kill and maim civilians long after the end of the war... Some 200 people, including tens of children, had been killed or injured by these bomblets and newly laid mines by the end of the year."Aat least 20 people were killed by the cluster bomblets after the conflict had already come to an end.
"Failing to provide detailed maps of the exact locations where its forces launched cluster bombs to the UN bodies in charge of clearing unexploded ordnance, despite ... repeated requests that it do so."
"The international human rights organization also slammed the actions of IDF troops and settlers in the territories, saying some 650 Palestinians were killed by Israeli soldiers in 2006- half of them unarmed civilians, including roughly 120 children."
"Investigations and prosecutions relating to such abuses [by both soldiers and settlers] were rare and usually only occurred when the abuses were exposed by human rights organizations and the media," said the report.
"Trials of Palestinians before military courts often did not meet international fair trial standards, with allegations of torture and other ill-treatment of detainees inadequately investigated."
More than 700 Palestinians were being held in administrative attention at the end of the year [no formal charges and no trials].