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    • Benyomin
    • 15.11.11 | 18:40 (IST)

    This seems to be the tactic that the Muslims use. Whether Hezbolah or Hamas plant rockets in private homes and use women, children and old men as human shields or Iran plants demonstrators at their nuclear power plants. Anyway you look at it, an Israeli attack will appear to be an attack on civilians and those "mean" Israelis will appear to be the bad guys. In the meantime, while the human shields die, Nazralah, Achmadinajad, and the Mullahs don't even give it a second thought. Nor do they give a second thought to the possibility of themselves taking the place of one of those demonstrators. I shutter to think of the terror that was probably on the face of Yasser Arafat when it was finally his time to meet "Allah"! I shutter to think of the terror that will be on the faces of the likes of Achmadinajad, Nazrallah and the Mullahs when their turns come up. How sad... how tragic!

    from the article: Iranian students form human shield near nuclear site amid fears of Israeli attack
    First published 13:15 15.11.11 | Last updated 13:15 15.11.11
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