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    • Jabadini
    • 31.07.06 | 08:17 (IDT)

    One of the injured soldier and Hizballah are using civilians there like pawns. They keep them in the middle of the battle and once the Israels find the civilians, Hizballah attacks them. This is cowardly and wrong. How is Hizballah legitimate and not a terrorist organization? Wikipedia: "Terrorism refers to a strategy of using violence, or threat of violence targeted against non-combatants to generate fear, cause disruption, and ultimately, to bring about compliance with specific political, religious, ideological, and personal demands.[1] The targets of terrorist attacks typically are not the individuals who are killed, injured, or taken hostage, but rather the societies to which these individuals belong. Terrorism is a type of unconventional warfare designed to weaken or supplant existing political landscapes through capitulation or acquiescence, as opposed to subversion or direct military action."

    from the article: ANALYSIS: Unlike '96, deaths of Qana civilians won't stop assault
    First published 00:00 31.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 31.07.06
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