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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 06.10.09 | 23:39 (IST)

    Something else you missed Mr. Arens is: "In relation to the firing of rockets and mortars into Southern Israel by Palestinian armed groups operating in the Gaza Strip, the Mission finds that the Palestinian armed groups fail to distinguish between military targets and the civilian population and civilian objects in Southern Israel. The launching of rockets and mortars which cannot be aimed with sufficient precisions at military targets breaches the fundamental principle of distinction. Where there is no intended military target and the rockets and mortars are launched into civilian areas, they constitute a deliberate attack against the civilian population. These actions would constitute war crimes and may amount to crimes against humanity." - Goldstone Report page 541, paragraph 1747 Only a montebank would praise the morality of Hamas. Only a montebank would attack the report as you have done. Israel claims the moral high ground, yet peddles humbug about the report it can't refute.

    from the article: A license to kill
    First published 02:10 06.10.09 | Last updated 09:21 06.10.09
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