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    • Marilyn
    • 27.11.06 | 05:09 (IST)

    If Australia decided to execute a person they didn't like in any particular country we would be condemned as the murderers we would certainly be. It is interesting to note that the assassinated Lebanese politician was the child of the murderers from Sabra and Shatila refugee camps when Sharon used the phalangists to murder refugees. It is not legal to commit murder in this way. Having said that - Australia, the US and UK have no authority at all to speak because they bombed Iraq without cause and have managed to help slaughter over 650,000 innocent people and cause 2 million of them to leave the country. Of course it was Israel's paranoid rantings that convinced the lunatic Bushies that Iraq had WMD and Olmert thinks Israel is better off without all those Iraqis. Once upon a time the world used to believe in the rule of law.

    from the article: Assassination, but only after a hearing
    First published 00:00 26.11.06 | Last updated 00:00 26.11.06
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