Now we know where all the Israel bashers get their 'facts'. Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria may be considered illegal by some but that is far from being the whole picture, as Haaretz's erudite editors know very well. You may complain that civilians wanting to pray need an army escort to reach a place of worship. However, your slings and arrows should be directed at the fact that it is necessary due to those who are intent on preventing them from doing so. If Jews were attacking Muslims on their way to a mosque and the Muslilms needed an army escort to get there safely, you would be the first to vilify the Jews. I suppose the only way you can sell newspapers is by being divisive. Can't you find a more constructive way to make a living?
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After Amnesty report on detention centers, Iraqi PM orders investigation (Reuters)
from the article: A blatantly illegal mission for the army