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    • 17.02.10 | 08:26 (IST)

    Yossi Melman doesn't give much detail about the tragedy in Norway he talks of: a completely innocent man was killed because the Mossad agents didn't know who they were targeting. It then took 23 years for the Israeli government to compensate the man's relatives. No clarification nor an apology was ever given. Killing innocent people on another country's soil. The trappings of a government or of a terrorist organization?

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