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    • Marlene N.
    • 16.04.06 | 20:39 (IDT)

    Thanks, and yes I did read about it which comes as no surprise considering the army's indifference to human life it it's not Jewish, but I have the highest praise for those who refuse to serve. Even Btselem, which as you know is Israel's most respected human rights group throughout the world, published a statement part of which reads: "The order given to Israeli forces to aim shells only 100 meters from houses of residents injures civilians and subjects Israeli army officers and soldiers to war crimes charges." They have well-documented reports on the Israeli army which obviously doesn't make most Israelis ashamed but proud. Ironic isn't it that armies who carry out terrorism on behalf of a state are never called terrorists. Anyway, we certainly know who David and Goliath is this time around.

    from the article: Who is a terrorist?
    First published 00:00 16.04.06 | Last updated 00:00 16.04.06
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