The report also suggested that Israel doesn't do enough to investigate and punish alleged war crimes, saying that the Jewish nation must "break with its lamentable track record" and hold perpetrators accountable.
UN investigators noted Israel's use of precision weapons during airstrikes, but added that "The timing of the attacks increased the likelihood that many people, often entire families, would be at home. Attacking residential buildings rendered women particularly vulnerable to death and injury."
Investigators claimed that Israel's failure to change strategy after seeing a large number of deaths in Gaza raises questions about potential violations by "political and military leadership."
Israel was called on to provide further details of its "targeting decisions" in the report, saying that this would allow for further independent assessment of its attack on Gaza.
Investigators also took aim at Hamas in Gaza however, condemning the executions of alleged "collaborators" that amount to war crimes and demand that someone be held accountable.