which cease fire are you referring to? I'm fairly certain there have been multiple and both sides have broken them for various reasons.
perhaps ask hamas not to place armouries and tunnels under schools and hospitals... (moot point realistically).
why are you surprised Palestinians have lost more men? they use tactics involving civilians (understandably) and are much less developed and have fewer resources. Israel is the stronger (all round) country and use very defensive methods to limit their own casualties.
do you remember how outraged people were with the creation of the Iron Dome? despite it being a completely defensive measure against Palestinian rockets and having no use for aggression.
i have no problem with Palestinians and would rather both the Israelis the Palestinians could suck it up and live in an integrated fashion (unrealistic considering ben netanyahu and hamas's positions regarding each other.)
my personal reasons for favouring Israel is that:
1- they're a democracy, as opposed to a theocracy, which have universally resulted in high death rates, extremism and stagnation of society, science and culture, this is proven in polytheism with the greeks, in christian nations such as most of Europe throughout the middle ages, judaism in the conquering of the canaanite lands and finally islam in the middle east which appeared at a similar date to the East's decline in scientific, mathematical and historical knowledge and development.
2- i believe in equality between sexes, Israel ensures that, whilst Palestine acts against it. you can quote as many scriptures or small examples as you want, but equality in Palestine is incomparable to that of western nations.
3- i believe that homosexuality is a scientifically understandable and proven habit (historically as old as Islam) and people should not be prosecuted due to partaking in it.
4- Jews have objectively developed the land (infrastructure, medical facilities, airports, roads, farms etc) in an amazing manner if you consider its state for the last thousand years compared to today. e.g. gdp, quality of living, standard of living, literacy, death rate per thousand, child survival rate. and if you say Palestinians never had the opportunity to do so, that is false as they've had a longer period of time over the last millennia (after the invasion of jerusalem for the second time which saw the most recent expulsion of the jews).
also nice conversation change away from who owned the land (which was your original/main point to the current activities) ^^ interesting how you claimed i did that (falsely) and then do the same when i proved your main point wrong (i.e. it was/is Palestinian land).