Moved on! Check TheCairoCalls
I have some info that the number of soldiers killed in Rafah is actually more than 2. Some people are saying the number is as high as 20. Whatever is the right number, I agree with some commentators
who are placing most of the blame on the officers who refused to allow the soldiers to fire back. I wouldn't say that it is all their fault, but it is certainly the fault of an accountability-evading culture in the army, which actually praises chickening out from shouldering responsibility and discourages personal from taking matters into their own hands.
Even when bullets are flying over their heads!
That's just depressing.