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    • Jon
    • 11.06.06 | 22:41 (IDT)

    Palestinians shoot in Kassam rockets to injure and kill civilians. Israel returns fire (for whatever reason you want to claim, and if it makes you feel happy, you can even say they target civilians). Now Palestinians go nuts when their civilians are hit (possibly by a stray, possibly their own)!? I would love to curse right now, but I will retrain myself. Talk about double-standards.

    from the article: IDF hard-pressed to pinpoint cause of Gaza beach deaths
    First published 00:00 11.06.06 | Last updated 00:00 11.06.06
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