Ready To Kill Or Capture? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • RobNclt
    • 07.09.11 | 19:24 (IDT)

    What are you waiting on, if you can kill or capture him do it and get this over with so we can move on, stop spending money and Libya can live it's destabilized, Israel and U.S. hating existence from now on. I don't believe the people in Libya will be any better off under the Brotherhood of Muslims than than they have been under Gadhafi and things may be worse if Sharia law is instituted. Thank you Mr. Obama for unsettling North Africa, Egypt, Tunisia, and giving the Brotherhood of Muslims the big head. Now Israel will have to defeat these people in an eventual war using who knows what kind of weapons. I want them to go all out, use nuclear weapons if that's what it takes for them to survive and tell the world what they can do since the world made this problem.

    from the article: Libya rebels: Gadhafi surrounded, forces ready to capture or kill
    First published 13:55 07.09.11 | Last updated 13:55 07.09.11
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