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    • Franco
    • 17.09.07 | 07:36 (IST)

    Hi, Rick. Thanks for answering. While I perfectly agree with you that an Israeli terrorist would not be less despicable than a Palestinian one, I dare to ask you if you really have understood my obviously provocative previous post: in fact, Israel is ALWAYS put under trial, whatever defensive action she could take. 1. Targeted killings of "militants" are attacked because sometimes involve civilians as a collateral damage; 2. Building passive defences is attacked with the epithet of "apartheid wall"; 3. Attempting a peace effort, such as the unilateral and complete withdraw from Gaza in summer 2005, is repaid with massive rocket launching on the city of Sderot, which is WITHIN Israel?s borders. I wish that some of the Israeli bashers, if animated with ?bona fides?, suggest a legitimate self defence that is allowed to the State of Israel. And don?t dare to go on and on with the withdrawal theory: Gaza is Judenrhein: beautiful settlements built with the hard work of peaceful r

    from the article: Repay Gaza in kind
    First published 00:00 16.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 16.09.07
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