He calls them "soldiers" (instead of the civilians they are), yet does not comment on why they do not receive POW treatment if captured. Also, even the Supreme Court of Israel's December 2005 opinion on targeted assasinations contradicts the statement "It was our right to kill them". And an even cursory familiarity with history shows that this "expert" knows little about what the Palestinians, or their leaders, "want" most.
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