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    • Ron
    • 21.03.10 | 17:51 (IST)

    You Jews have recently developed a growing drumbeat that the US settler/Indian wars of the 18th and 19th centuries are somehow the legal equivalency of the illegal Israeli occupation of Palestinian territory. Are you all so damned dumb that you don't know that during those indian wars there was no UN, there were no Geneva Conventions, and no international laws to govern the international community. There are now, and Israel is in violation of more UN resolutions than any country in the world: and it is in violation of numerous articles of the 4th Geneva Convention; each one representing as war crime. Do you think that with some distant and irrelevant analogy you can justify the fact that the Gaza blockade is the worse violation of human rights taking place in the world today? Whats the matter with you people?Stop the violations of international law, and cease your actions as a rogue nation. The world is getting tired of you.

    from the article: Clinton: Decision to escalate row with Israel 'is paying off'
    First published 20:04 19.03.10 | Last updated 01:59 20.03.10
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