They could arrest the terrorists so the IAF?s noises wouldn?t bother them. If the ?Pals? are terrified because of the noise, they should imagine how the Israelis feel when what they have to get through is not just noises. I wonder if those Physicians for Human Rights are concerned about the effects terrorism has on the Israelis. If they think murdering people is not that harmful for Mental Health and is not against human rights, the Israelis could plant bombs on ?Pal? buses and other places instead of making noise.
Syria FM: Foreign troops entering Syria would return 'in coffins' (AP)
from the article: Demons in the skies of the Gaza Strip
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