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    • john
    • 27.09.06 | 02:44 (IDT)

    The use of cluster bombs in a civilian area is clearly an ac of terrorism, no one can refute that fact -even if "guerrillas" are present in those areas, the mere fact of sending those bombs without distinguishing fighters and civilians is a crime. It's time for the israeli gvt and people to realize that this only brings hatredness onthe other side and if they really want peace as they mention then they'd better act as such! I know many israeli parties don;t agree with such behavior, they should speak up and break this vicious cycle of violence- that's if they are really in a democratic country as Israel claims- only then would the other side respect them and work for peace rather than ritaliating with killing civilians too!

    from the article: UN: It will take over a year to clear Lebanon of cluster bombs
    First published 00:00 26.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 26.09.06
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