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    • dana
    • 05.09.09 | 23:29 (IDT)

    Unfortunately for israel, the civilized world outside the bubble has seen and heard enough disturbing images from gaza to believe, unequivocally Dr. Gilbert's word over the IDF's lame justifications. Over 300 children dies and 100's more severly injured. But to the IDF - and the 95% of israelis who supported the atrocities, they were mostly hamas fighters. Incinerating people with phosphate bombs and slicing limbs with dime weapons is a perfectly normal act for the people who are determined to starve and terrorize the people of Gaza. Why? because they are arabs and compassion in Israel is non-existent. By contrast with israel - a war-like country with the outlook of sparta and the pretense of athens - Dr Gilbert is a humanitarian who is considered highly credible by everyne who saw him speak and/or witnessed his commendable efforts on behalf of humanity. What he saw is well in line with what BTS group reported and with the Gaza bombing pictures the world - not Israelis - saw.

    from the article: Doctor: 90% of war casualties at Gaza hospital were civilians
    First published 18:09 05.09.09 | Last updated 18:21 05.09.09
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