Qana bombing: Building collapsed eight hours after attack

I have a crazy hunch that the people who believe a controlled demolition took down the Towers on 9/11 will be decidedly more skeptical about this one:

“The attack on the structure in the Qana village took place between midnight and one in the morning. The gap between the timing of the collapse of the building and the time of the strike on it is unclear,” Brigadier General Amir Eshel, Head of the Air Force Headquarters told journalists at the Defense Ministry in Tel Aviv, following the incidents at Qana.

Eshel and the head of the IDF’s Operational Branch, Major General Gadi Eisnkot said the structure was not being attacked when it collapsed, at around 8:00 in the morning.

The IDF believes that Hizbullah explosives in the building were behind the explosion that caused the collapse.

Another possibility is that the rickety building remained standing for a few hours, but eventually collapsed.

The IDF also says more than 150 rockets have been fired from Qana over the past 20 days. Seeing is believing.

I’ve got more updates coming plus video of Gillerman on Meet the Press morning. The UN Security Council is meeting this afternoon and, according to Bolton, will probably issue a “presidential statement” condemning the bombing.

Stand by.