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    • Margaret
    • 30.09.07 | 08:59 (IST)

    FROM: Norman Finkelstein & Former Israeli Foreign Minister Shlomo Ben-Ami Debate: Complete Transcript http://democracynow.org/finkelstein-benami.shtml SHLOMO BEN-AMI: "Well, let me tell you what is my description of terrorism. Terrorism, in my view, is an indiscriminate attack against civilian population. If I, personally, or my son, God forbid, is being attacked, being in uniform in Palestinian territories, by a Hamas call, I would not define this as terrorism. I will define as terrorism if they go into a kindergarten or a mall, explode themselves and cause injuries and death among civilian population. This to me is — Now, the problem of the response of a state is much more difficult to define, because a state needs to go not against the civilian population. It needs to go against military targets, ticking bombs. But if Israel targets intentionally civilians, this is a different matter. This can be defined as terrorism. I don't believe that we have done it. --------------------

    from the article: Twilight Zone / The children of 5767
    First published 00:00 27.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 27.09.07
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