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    • Teresa-Maria (Tess)
    • 09.12.07 | 12:57 (IST)

    This article says: "In the "targeted killing" planned by Dichter's Shin Bet, Matar lost his daughter, his daughter-in-law and four toddler grandchildren. " I am sure if I were to scan through the posts, I will see several of the usual response to the killing of Palestinians children. First, this man was a murderer, a "terrorist". It was for the safety of Israel. We trust this, without a trial to prove it. So we must take the word of the same infrastructure that used to break boy's hands and call them terrorists for having Palestinian flags and wearing Kaffeyihs. Even if you believe that the Hamas leader deserved capital punishment without a trial, did the children too deserve this? Some will say, well yes, because 10% of the pop abuses their children? Since when do children, let alone victims of abuse, deserve to die? There will be "war is tragic", if you don't accept this for your children, don't accept it for theirs. Murder is murder.

    from the article: London's burning for Dichter
    First published 00:00 09.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 09.12.07
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