"Nom de Guerre" = Terrorist Name - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Miguel Almela Perez
    • 07.09.09 | 00:50 (IDT)

    Here in Madrid the whole topic of terrorism is very sensitive indeed. After having been bombed so many times by groups such as the Ultra Communists 'G.R.A.P.O.'. and E.T.A., the Basque Terror Army, we had to endure Arab-Islamic rush hour horror with nearly 200 commuters blown to pieces and hundreds of injured. I personally find the use of 'nom de guerre' as used in this article to be extremely insulting to all those who have suffered at the hands of these evil fiends. Please have the common decency to use the correct name in ENGLISH !! It is 'Terrorist Name'. If anyone has any doubts about this then just think WHY these false names were used in the first place. And please have some respect for the dead !!!!!!!!!!

    from the article: Netanyahu: Israel to reach deal with U.S. on settlements this week
    First published 11:04 06.09.09 | Last updated 22:33 06.09.09
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