Human Shields?? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Jed
    • 21.06.10 | 11:22 (IDT)

    Hamas using human shields? Nah, its the IDF that do that and do it regulalrly. Thats why there's an Israeli High Court judgement specifically prohibiting the IDF from doing it. There have been cases where the High Court, as highlighted in Haaretz, have complained that the IDF have used human shields in violation of the ruling. IDF are no different to Al Qaeda, there both blood thirsty animals with no respect for Kafirs or Goyem or their own that they suddenly classify as the 'other'.

    from the article: Who will be punished for killing civilians in the Gaza war?
    First published 04:38 21.06.10 | Last updated 04:38 21.06.10
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