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    • 26.04.05 | 02:15 (IDT)

    http://www,themaz.net/ss So you know everything about Sabra and Shatila? You were there? You're the expert? You can prove to the world that the Israeli military had nothing to do with it and was nowhere near the camps? Are you even going to say that Sharon wasn't trying to befriend Bashir Gemayal and the Lebanese Phalange for Israel's benefit? (BIG mistake there for Sharon) Of course, there are hundreds of other websites. This one was created along with the documentary Bil Jorm El Mash-hood and there was plenty of legal documentation used for the research in Hebrew, Arabic, and English. There are also pictures of the men, women and children that were massacred. By the way, not all the victims were Palestinians--but since you know everything, you must have known there were also Lebanese victims. I suggest you put on glasses for the pictures--since you, the expert on Sabra and Shatila, seem to think that "almost all were male of a fighting age." Of course, all of the journalists, photographers, survivors, pictures and foreign aid/medical workers could be wrong about Israel's presence at the camps--just another "stab" at Israel, right? And after reading your many posts on Haaretz, I know you will never believe any of the evidence gathered for this documentary simply because it was gathered by an Arab--in fact, I would bet money on it. But you should read it anyway since you are the "expert." Add to your "first-hand" knowledge. If you want to lecture about events that happened in Israel, that's fine. But since when do you, "Ash", know more about this event than those who were there? Those who have researched it for years and years? Were YOU there? If so, enlighten me. PS-Orquest, since you ask--I personally believe that the Lebanese (Christians and Muslims) have treated the Palestinians as bad as the Israelis have and they always will. Giving Palestinians rights (or GASP, even citizenship) would upset the demographic balance in the country and the Lebanese haven't fogotten the PLO's actions in the 1980's. Why don't you research it since you want to know so bad?

    from the article: Amending past wrongs
    First published 00:00 25.04.05 | Last updated 00:00 25.04.05
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