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    • Benjamn Reichman
    • 11.04.10 | 13:19 (IDT)

    Haaretz, it is your duty to forward copies of all documents to the War Crimes Tribunal to insure that IDF Generals guilty of war crimes in the 2nd Lebanon War and Operation Cast Lead are punished. Plus the Generals are being paid millions in shekels for over-using weaponry. If one bullet will do the job, Generals order 10,000 fired. If one missile or bomb will do the trick, Generals order 1 thouand missiles and a thousand bombs be used. Why? They have to resupply themselves with all the used up bombs and bullets and weapons, missile & ammunition contractors to the IDF pay the generals millions of shekels for wasting government-tax payer dollars. When they resupply the IDF they charge double their past costs and bribe the generals. This is why over 1 million unexploded bomblets were fired into S. Lebanon villages where there were no Hizbullah and why Dan Halutz ordered IDF to bomb Gaza Apt. bldg. that killed 16 kids. No general fought in 2006 war but all received huge bribes.

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    First published 01:09 11.04.10 | Last updated 22:34 11.04.10
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