Neither the Economist nor the New York Times in their respective investigations of Israel's methods of waging war gave any credence to the story of the phosphorus weapons. The story is simply not true.
Yet the Guardian just can't give up, and day by day they repeat the accusation, according to which, yes, the Jews do poison wells.
I apologize for carping so much about the Guardian. The fact that an overtly antisemitic newspaper has 700,000 subscribers in the middle of the civilized world, irks me. It shouldn't surprise me, and indeed, it doesn't, but it impinges upon my otherwise perfect world.