Swiss (Dino) we hardly ever read on HAARETZ (#24) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Gil
    • 24.11.07 | 16:02 (IST)

    We hardly ever read on HAARETZ, Well welcome to the party Dino A lot of things you won`t read on the Haaretz newspaper Since in Israel news is when some fuck-up happens! But rest a sure that we have more successes then fuck-ups, Meaning we catch more people on the way alive than kill them when not needed, Well how do you think all them WB and Gaza prisoners got to be prisoners in our jails in the first way? 400 released here, 200 released there, a 1000 released the next time from where? Most of them are not some petty thief?s but connected to terrorist organizations, and it sure gets my blood boiling to here that after all the effort put in to catching them criminals we release them! Sorry Dino if you want to know what really the IDF is doing in regard to success you won`t hear it on the Israeli new, you will just have to join the IDF in one of our combat units then you could really judge the actions of soldiers, and see how many people R caught before making terrorist act!

    from the article: Two Palestinians killed by IDF fire near Gaza security fence
    First published 00:00 24.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 24.11.07
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