HRW should focus on real human rights violations in Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Gaza, Iraq & Sudan - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • arhur
    • 13.05.10 | 21:18 (IDT)

    HRW as well as Amnesty which by the way has a cozy relationship with a Taliban organisation in the UK and fired those opposing this should do well to focus on real human rights violations instead of whining about some property destroyed in Gaza. The Gazans choose war by voting for Hamas and Hamas sacrificed its own people when it declared war to Israel's civilians. Yes of couse property gets destroyed in a war and often this is no necessary but that is war. Did Hamas or Hezbollah bother to decide if their rockets hit civilians? Nevertheless every Arab including those MKs in Israel from Arab descent consider them heroes. HRW and AI focus mainly on Israel while the rest of the world burns. A pity they have become supporters or the muslim and extreme leftist anti semites of the modern world.

    from the article: Human Rights Watch: IDF wantonly destroyed homes during Gaza war
    First published 14:27 13.05.10 | Last updated 14:27 13.05.10
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