#62, I knew sooner of later you'd repeat your lies - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Danny - Israeli one
    • 22.01.07 | 11:01 (IST)

    so the question remains, if Israel "flooded" Southern Lebanon with cluster bomblets of the order of 4,000,000 but in 4 months were only able to 58,000 where exactly are the other 3,942,000? If Israel was "targeting" civilians, then how did it take 15,000 raids to kill 1,300 "civilians"? PS the real figure is 7,000 raids. HRW was able to find exactly 34 instances where it could not find a military purpose with 130 dead. But hey why not add an extra zero? No different from taking a statement by Mark Urban in Aug 2006 and attributing it to Ganz in feb 2004. PPS the "civilian" figure comes from Hizbollah, which given they held reported funerals for over 300 fighters despite only "70" being killed should make the normal person a bit sceptical... Levy et al just pander to your prejudices and feed your lying and that is why you like them.

    from the article: Cloned generals
    First published 00:00 21.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 21.01.07
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