The settlers are sick mentally - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Irish Sensation
    • 15.07.05 | 14:01 (IDT)

    Putting numbers on your arms comparing themselves to the 6 million innocent souls that perished from Nazi Barbarism is insane. They've been spoonfed all their lives, and now it's time to get back and live in the real world, where you're going to be an average Israeli, nothing more, nothing less, even though you're still being compensated for it greatly. The same way the Palestinian Authority is reigning in on Gaza now even though they don't have a strong police-military infrastructure with little to no weapons, Israel must do the same with their extremists. Keep blaming the PA. They've proven they have no qualms to fight their extremists even though they may be outgunned. When will Israel fight theirs? The sad part is that these settlers are allowed to put such numbers on their arms and get away with it. Proven stories of Palestinians with actual real tattoos of the Palestinian flag having their skin cut off by the IDF. That's Israeli justice.

    from the article: Settlers `tattoo' ID numbers on their arms
    First published 00:00 15.07.05 | Last updated 00:00 15.07.05
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