THEY WERE ADVISED TO DON'T COME. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • BOB KING
    • 31.05.10 | 19:42 (IDT)

    When a Navy – any nation’s Navy – declares a certain area closed for civilian vessels, it’s the responsibility of the civilian vessels to stay away. Russians often close areas of Pacific due to missile tests, and these areas are much larger than the one near Gaza. So do Americans, British, French, any nation. Not obeying commands of naval vessels could result in sinking, and Israelis had every right to do just that, instead of risking lives of boarding parties. And so called “world community” are a bunch of hypocrites. When the S. Korean ship was intentionally sunk without warning and with much greater loss of life, there was no special SC meeting, and so far none happened. However seems like Jews are not supposed to have right to do things everyone else does. Very old notion, and long known as Anti-Semitism.

    from the article: 'The ship turned into a lake of blood,' says activist on Gaza flotilla
    First published 18:55 31.05.10 | Last updated 22:06 31.05.10
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