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    • Milton
    • 13.12.11 | 17:32 (IST)

    Name me a country that had to deal with a relentless stream of rock-throwing protesters and was able to claim that none were ever killed or injured. And I'm talking about country's like the United States dealing with their own citizens (i.e., Kent State) who weren't even throwing rocks. It's not government policy, but when you have a bunch of 18-20 year old soldiers and police confronted by a mob of rock-throwers, of course mistakes are going to happen, of course there are going to be soldiers who are irresponsible, incompetent, or just plain mean. So when you glorify these rock-throwers as the author of this article does, you are encouraging a pattern that will continue to result in the occasional, random death or injury to one of them. It's a tragedy orchestrated by the Palestinian leadership and enabled by useful idiots.

    from the article: A courageous Palestinian has died, shrouded in stones
    First published 02:56 13.12.11 | Last updated 02:56 13.12.11
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