Targetted assassinations - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Nick Ferriman
    • 16.09.07 | 17:11 (IST)

    At the top of this article is an advert for ?targeted assassinations?. From 5-12 November, for just over US 2,000 dollars, you can learn from Mossad officials how the Israelis plan and execute their illegal executions of political opponents. But we must not forget either the profligate deaths of nearly two hundred innocent bystanders killed in these unlawful operations ? so much for planning, or were these deaths also deliberate? Most Israelis are content and happy with these extra-judicial murders. They are quite happy for their nation to abuse the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a document born of the Holocaust. What they complain about, as does this author, is the ?untargeted assassination attempts? launched by Hamas. The irony seems to have escaped Yehuda Ben Meir and his countrymen. It is ironic too that what he countenances is very similar to what the Nazis did in WW2.

    from the article: Repay Gaza in kind
    First published 00:00 16.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 16.09.07
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