... nothing they have not been doing in Palestine for the past forty years. I guess they had all that practice and they are taking the robbery global. Too bad none of the children in Beit Hanoun had dual citizenship - then their parents could sue the Israeli government in the US, since this was an act of state terrorism. Incidently, the word "terrorism" was first used in the French revolution, not to describe non-state actors, but rather to describe an oppressive and tyrannical state. Thus, Israeli actions in the OTs are terrorism in the pure sense of the word.
Suspected Islamist militants attack Mali UN base, several dead (Reuters)
from the article: U.S. court awards $48 million to victim of Palestinian terrorism
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