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    • Joseph E .
    • 23.08.06 | 16:25 (IDT)

    Amnesty has its uses but they lack Laws and rule of Laws when dealing against terror. It wouldn,t be a surprise if amnesty consider hezbollah a relief agency , when in fact it is a twisted Muslim teaching as a cover of agenda of the nature of criminal intentions and activities . Moreover, even if amnesty consider Hezbollah as a terror entity, amnesty still regards hezbollah infrastructure as civil and not terroristic. On this very latter point , the Amnesty verdict has already been given against Zion. The same as Zion's enemys rushed to the UN barking for a cease fire to label Zion as the violator, for political gain and show off, when the extremely slowed deployement of forces was alredy in mind before the ink drys on the resolution #1701. Furthermore, the evidences off and on the ground shouldn't be interpreted but rationaly analysed by a jury of expert on habitat warfare, That is if experienced judges on the matter justify, for the interest of justice, a trial.

    from the article: Amnesty: Israel committed war crimes in Lebanon campaign
    First published 00:00 23.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 23.08.06
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