Plaestinian Doctor killed. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnson
    • 22.07.06 | 07:37 (IDT)

    Why should there be a veiled apology for killing anyone, doctor or what have you, who places himself among people attacking IDF elements. The undue restraint by Israelis forces, and the "rules of engagement" they use, encourage further such opposition. The stone throwers and petrol throwers are engaged in hostile activity. They should be killed rahter than coddled so as to curtail continuing interference with the activities of the IDF. These gatherings and assaults on Israeli forces are allowed to interfere with operations. A resolute and continuing response to treat these hostile elements as what they are, forces aiding and abetting the enemy, and destroying them, would discourage any such actions from continuing. If it attacks you, kill it. The attackers are restrained from killing you, not by self-imposed restrictions, but only by your superior force. Why do you tolerate such actions?

    from the article: IDF Nablus raid targets Al-Aqsa militants recruited by Hezbollah
    First published 00:00 21.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 21.07.06
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