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    • Johnboy
    • 04.08.10 | 07:02 (IDT)

    Even if the Lebanese army is not entitled to fire warning shots, exactly how is the IDF justified in responding by demolishing an Lebanese army vehicle with a helicopter-launched missile? I *get* that Israeli soldiers who are still on Israeli soil should not have warning shots fired into the air. I *understand* that concept. What I don't get is how an Israeli soldier is justified in responding to such a warning by killing that person ...

    from the article: 3 Lebanese soldiers, journalist killed in clash on Israel-Lebanon border
    First published 12:52 03.08.10 | Last updated 15:47 03.08.10
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