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    • mary
    • 22.01.06 | 21:23 (IST)

    Quote: "thank you for exposing these criminals, which is something we in the Palestinian camp have known all along. These "settlers" routinely murder innocents. They poison the drinking wells, they kill the livestock, poison the livestock. They chop down trees, burn our houses. Indeed they are barbarians.". Reply: That is not what I read in this article. And I don't believe that settlers poison drinkwater and I don't believe they routinely murder innocents. I believe that extremists like hamas, fatah and so on do (or did) their utmost for decennia now to fight -against peace-and that they killed many innocents. The settlers are possibly to blame some things but the Palestian extremists are to blame more. No one is allowed to kill in the name of God, no settlers nor Palestinians. People who kill or who are not prepaired to live in peace with their neighbours are sinners in the eyes of God. That's what you can read in the bible. God has no need for help from human beings either.

    from the article: A state held hostage by organized crime
    First published 00:00 22.01.06 | Last updated 00:00 22.01.06
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