On the contrary, they are saying that based on "how they did it", they have been defamed. Your just spouting off the same old defamation that exists pervasively, self servingly and wrongly throughout the Arab world, including its anti-Jewish lackeys. The entire point of the legal proceedings is that the movie misleads the world about "how they did it" and that who they did it was extraordinarily moral, so moral that Israeli soldiers were lost because they weren't prepared to simply wipe out Arab life indiscriminately. Your comments do nothing, incidentally, but support the claims of the soldiers. In any event, once again we see a genuine and principled legal system, the Israeli system, operating. The trial judge's points are persuasive if in fact the movie does not, though innuendo, par all Israeli soldiers with the same brush. Innuendo does count in the law of defamation as it is a tool and a strategy that is used by defamers.
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