"Israel had no immediate comment on the reported shooting" - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ernst
    • 15.01.13 | 14:45 (IST)

    As usual, the IDF "cannot immediately comment". But at the same time they make all sorts allagations about being attacked and about warning the 'intruders'. So, if you know that the IDF was attacked, why can't you say anything about the return shooting by the IDF? Why say something about the violence of the other and not about the violence of your own? What a joke, this IDF statement! How can Israelis still believe there is any morality left in the IDF? How can Israelis continue to vote for politics of theft, murder and apartheid? How can they think their army is doing nothing wrong? Are they blind and deaf? Don't they read the news? Is the IDF censorship that strong? Even if Israelis believe the lie that the boy tried to breach the separation barrier, do they think that it is acceptable to kill him with live fire? Where is the outcry in Israel? It's beyond me.

    from the article: IDF kills teenager in West Bank, fourth Palestinian death in a week
    First published 20:16 15.01.13 | Last updated 12:16 15.01.13
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