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    • Silvienne
    • 25.10.07 | 17:12 (IST)

    I should have said, I've seen those pictures of bombed buses and nightclubs in Israel too..all these pictures are awful..I don't think France will ever release the film of Mohammed al-Dura's death, remember how friendly France was with Arafat. We will probably never know the truth of al-Dura's death..of course photos can be altered, sometimes it's even obvious. "Taking photo of dead, so what, it`s of interest and can`t harm the dead--That`s why people have cameras built into their cell phones" But don't you think it's gruesome? In England the tv news & papers never show dead bodies and people don't see dead people after they are at the undertakers..I was all shocked when I first came here to see this on tv and in papers, OTOH, English tv shows sex, nudity and swearing, and English papers (even the good ones) show nudity. It's a different culture, England and America..it sounds like you take a lot of pictures, don't you think that the 35 takes better pictures than the cellphone?

    from the article: Top IDF officer censured over use of 'human shields' in Nablus
    First published 00:00 18.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 18.10.07
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