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    • Fritjof Lilienhamer
    • 08.10.09 | 17:41 (IST)

    To Palestinians and Muslims worldwide, the terrorists who shot and killed three girls strapped in child seats are heroes, like the Palestinian sniper who shot and killed a Jewish baby. Can anyone imagine them being tried in a Hamas or PA court? We've seen the celebrations for the return of convicted child-killer Kuntar. The Israeli soldier beating a Palestinian was arrested and will be tried and punished, and he is no hero to anyone, like no-one would honor the killer of Haniyeh's brother or Goldstein of the second Hebron massacre.

    from the article: IDF soldier arrested after caught on tape beating Palestinian
    First published 08:59 08.10.09 | Last updated 11:22 08.10.09
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