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    • Jasmine Andersson
    • 21.06.10 | 13:44 (IDT)

    "Marvin: "This is war & in war there are casualties" While that is true there are anothe truth aswell. Depending on the way of fighting the war there are more _or_ less casualties. If Haazreth are giving a picture close to what really happened it clearly shows that the "foot soldiers" didn't create as many killed civilians as the use of shells, rockets, missiles and bombs which IDF also used. The differense Marvin is HOW Israel choose to defend it self. If you get attacked by mr X no one would blame you for defending your self against him. If you torch his house to kill him and kill his wife and children you would surly be blamed. A blame that would be justifyed because of your use of excessive force. And why on earth would you think anyone who oppose the use of excessive force would only point the criticism at Israel? The point is that it is bad to kill civilians no matter what nation/group who are responsible for the kills.

    from the article: Who will be punished for killing civilians in the Gaza war?
    First published 04:38 21.06.10 | Last updated 04:38 21.06.10
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