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    • Ariel
    • 18.01.12 | 15:30 (IST)

    Yishai is right. The more religious you are, the more you can kill without mercy. If you think god wants to you commit the vilest of crimes, you will do so joyously. Bin Laden has shown us this is true. So if the IDF was truly religious, it would have won, because it would have wiped out every living thing in Lebanon. For god, of course.

    from the article: Yishai apologizes for linking IDF failures in Lebanon War to lack of faith
    First published 13:22 18.01.12 | Last updated 13:22 18.01.12
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