#60- When Has Israel Killed 20,000 Palestinians ? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Yoram
    • 16.09.07 | 22:53 (IST)

    My post is not one of a victim, Israel has its own army to protect its citizens. And Israel's army fights in as humane a way possible, even at the risk of its soldiers' lives. I point out many non-jews in the world apparently do not care a sh** if Jews are killed or wounded, but are more concerned about the poor, non-violent and un-warlike Palestinians. The people who throw each other off of high rooftops over their political differences. Have these people attacked the Lebanese army for their bombing the Palestinian camp in Lebanon? Of course not. To people like you it only matters when Jews may kill, and as a necessary resort, but does not matter when Jews are killed. I would tell you where you can go, but then Ha'aretz will not publish my post.

    from the article: Repay Gaza in kind
    First published 00:00 16.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 16.09.07
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