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    • Brad
    • 26.09.09 | 08:41 (IDT)

    No, it doesn't sound familiar. I don't recall Jews firing rockets at German civilians. That was not the trigger of the Nazi assault. Sounds different! Abolutely, profoundly different. Not only were Israelies defending themselves, 14,000 rockets later, but the numbers, even Goldstones numbers, suggest remarkable restraint by the Israelies.

    from the article: Barak 'incensed, but not surprised' by Goldstone report
    First published 02:50 26.09.09 | Last updated 13:37 26.09.09
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