Israel hates all things to do with "Human Rights" - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Natallie Durson
    • 02.06.10 | 17:37 (IDT)

    Israelis don't like to think of themselves as a bad people. They are a good people who does bad things. No, wait. That doesn't sound right. They are a good people that does good things. Much better! Killing thousands of civilians since 2006 is not a good thing, but that was not Israels fault. Hizbollah and Hamas forced them to do it. In the same way, the peace activists forced the IDF to kill them. Israel is the victim here, and now these UN guys are sniffing around like Israel did a bad thing. Why do they always pick on Israel? haven't they heard of the "Armenian massacre". Haven't they heard of Bosnia, Somalia, Afghanistan, etc? How about the "Hebron massacre? Israel is entitled to kill a certain number of civilians with no questions asked! The nerve of the anti-semitic world! Israel demands their rights!!

    from the article: U.S.: UN council rushing to blame Israel for Gaza flotilla deaths
    First published 10:36 02.06.10 | Last updated 10:36 02.06.10
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