The IDF has killed more than a thousand Palestinian civilians since Shalit was captured. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Kathleen
    • 24.06.11 | 05:17 (IDT)

    The IDF claims that Israel should be excused from responsibility for these deaths and that they are an "accident" of war. At the same time, Israel expects the world to join them in their ourage that the Palestinians had the nerve to capture one IDF man. Recently, a few people outside Israel have paid lip service to Israels demands, but they didn't really seem that interested. In the long run, Israel has staked out an immoral position and it is plain for everyone to see except Israelis.

    from the article: After five years of Shalit deal impasse, recent diplomatic moves bring new hope
    First published 02:03 24.06.11 | Last updated 02:03 24.06.11
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