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    • Daniel
    • 30.01.07 | 21:16 (IST)

    I will answer you what I think about it. I guess that there are plenty of butchers in Israel. I mean, people who would like to kill Palestinians for any reasons you may find. I guess also there are plenty, and even much more people that cannot allow this because of moral issues. These morality I talk about has to do with Jewish values and democratic values that belong to western societies like human rights, indigenous people rights and any other of these kind you may mention. All these people together, butchers, arab haters, democrats, jewish religious with high moral values, do vote, do go to Israel army. And, concerning an army that butchers children I think 1-Many people in Israeli army do think, have these western and jewish values, and can oppose such an action 2-For merely utilitarian issues, it is not good for IDF to butcher children, because for what the world might think and because all the people inside Israel who vote might think.

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