It's a hopeless brief, Adi. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 28.06.13 | 07:20 (IDT)

    Attempting to argue that (a) it wasn't OUR bullets that riddled him and (b) who says those are bullets? plus (c) look how the boy moves, it's impossible for someone to move as they are dying! is (d) a hopeless brief. The boy is dead, and he died from bullet wounds. All you really have is the argument that, maybe, just maybe, those bullets weren't fired by the IDF. Which in itself is a tough case to argue, since it is beyond dispute that the IDF was firing bullets that day.

    from the article: Israel must fight back against the al-Dura accusations
    First published 13:30 27.06.13 | Last updated 13:30 27.06.13
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