The Jewish extremists of Israel’s past were quickly welcomed back into society as journalists, political activists and settler leaders. But experts say today’s offenders will not enjoy similar leniency.18:41 11.02.16 | 0 comments
i wondered if you were going to answer my post. "people like dichter" have no human compassion; "people like dichter" are ruthless and coldblooded; "people like dichter" see the palestinians as less than human; "people like dichter" are themselves terrorists; "people like dichter" ORCHESTRATED the holocaust... the bombing of germany by allied forces was THEN; not today. part of it was in response to germany's bombing of london; but mostly it was to destroy its manufacturing capabilities...IN A FULL SCALE WORLD WAR. today; with the precision weapons that are available, civilian death is kept to an absolute minimum; to the point that even with them...strikes on high profile targets are often NOT carried out when a potential exists for a large number of civiian casualties. and yes...miscalculations DO occur; but none of the instances discussed in this article were miscalculations(except maybe for the unanticipated public outcry). and had ALL of these targets lived...all combined they would NEVER have managed to kill tens of thousands of jewish children, or even a small fraction of that. none of them was worth the loss of innocent life and the human suffering involved in their assassinations.