Eric - "the car behind him would not let him reverse" so what, he had a clear passage on the correct side of the road... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Talknic Tawkin
    • 07.11.10 | 11:29 (IST)

    "there was a gang of fatah members in front of him" There was ONE kid and a few AFP photographers.. "you will see the adults putting the kid in the car. " You expect kids to drive him to hospital? ... "3 out of 4 are known members of fatah " .. Source? Your imagination or someone else's. The guy deserves rocks thrown at his car. In fact, the article here tells us he carries a gun. He is a valid MILITARY target. The man makes his living, illegally, in "territories occupied".. He endangers his familiy's lives by being in "territories occupied" The GC's are to protect all civilians, the least he could do is send his family to live in Israel. But no, he takes his son with him into an area where confrontation is common. He's an IDIOT

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