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    • Aaron C
    • 27.04.10 | 19:21 (IDT)

    Until they do (and they never will), every demonstration, riot and provocation, should be treated as a deadly situation for our troops. After all, any of those maniacs could have been wearing a suicide explosive belt! It's better to eliminate a potential threat, and turn out to be wrong, than to risk a brave soldier being killed in the most cowardly, self-destructive way (the only way that Arabs seem to want to fight!). Let's face it: the presence of the Israeli government, and therefore Israeli troops (in what is the Land of Israel!), is a necessary condition to have a functioning system of administration, governance, justice, peace (at least relatively), and economy. Left to their own devices, the Arabs would fall into a system of fascist dictatorship, or the theocratic hell-hole that is Gaza. The Arabs should be grateful that the soldiers are there, maintaining order and justice. Sometimes soldiers make mistakes, but that's inevitable if Arabs support terrorists and provoke troops.

    from the article: Two IDF officers reprimanded over deaths of 4 Palestinians
    First published 14:27 27.04.10 | Last updated 21:43 27.04.10
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