It's also weird. I don't understand why Israel would use depleted uranium ammunition. As far as I know it is used to give bullets and grenades extra piercing power. But hamas has no tanks or high-grade kevlar suits. So what do they use it for? I don't see a military use.
On a competely different topic, this quote from the same article is also interesting:
"Once again, the world is watching in dismay the dysfunctionality of the Security Council," UN General Assembly chief Miguel d'Escoto said Sunday.
He misunderstands the goal of the UN security council. The purpose of this council is not to say yes or no on the morality of conflicts, or to pass resolutions upholding international law. Its purpose is to avoid war. Specifically nuclear war. The idea is that any resolution that is not backed by all of the major powers in the world fails, thus ensuring no major conflict can arise over them. It has nothing to do with right or wrong.
In this case, the security council is functioning exactly as its supposed to. A one-sided comdemnation of Israel without US backing would risk severe escalation of the conflict. So it's a good thing this does not happen.