The papers this morning are filled with new details of Israel’s “all-out war” (as Defense Minister Ehud Barak put it) on Hamas. More than 350 people have been killed so far, including 60 civilians. The Wall Street Journal notes that Hamas was still firing rockets into Israel, making it unclear how much Israel had degraded its capabilities. The most harrowing story is in The Times: Israel’s attacks destroyed a prison where Hamas had housed citizens suspected of collaborating with Israel. With no prison to protect them, many of the suspects were publicly executed in vengeance killings. The Times reports that one such victim, Salah Hajoj, 32, was pulled out of a hospital on a stretcher. He was shot in the head.