International law is qute clear - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dave
    • 18.05.11 | 07:13 (IDT)

    Since it does not address parties oither than "high contraxcting powers"i.,e.,, states), it is perfectly pernissible to kill scores of millions of members of such states or even hundreds of millions if you are not a state (e.g. Al Qaeda). If such entity shall come under attack in response, it is indeed a war crime and absolutely impermissible. Such is current international law. The truth, is, thererfore, that most of you are a legitimate and permissaile targets to kill and that denfining yourselves may result in your bieng tried for war crimes, with all attendent penatlies.Nice, huh? You can thank the left for this. Nearly 10 years after 9/11 they cannot agree on the definition of terrorism. Nice, huh?

    from the article: 'Goldstone Report failed to address difficulties of asymmetric warfare'
    First published 02:29 18.05.11 | Last updated 02:29 18.05.11
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