To Jacques; Sabra and Shatila - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 25.04.05 | 20:31 (IDT)

    Jacques said: "People who ought to know better, still claim Sharon as the mass murderer of the 400 Moslems in Sabra and Shatila." Just so you know, there were at LEAST a 1000 victims of Sabra and Shatila--I have been there and I have met survivors. So don't you DARE tell me anything about the victims--what do YOU know about them? I would never speak of Israeli victims because I don't know anything about them. Yes, Hobeika (and the Phalange) was the main murderer and he's been murdered, good riddens. But do not sit there and tell me that Sharon is not also to blame. After all, he instructed Israeli soldiers to light flares (among other activities to assist) around the camp and the city so that the their Phalange friends, murderers, could see. How sweet of Sharon. I've seen the pretty footage of the Beirut skies lit up around the camps--have you Jacques??

    from the article: Amending past wrongs
    First published 00:00 25.04.05 | Last updated 00:00 25.04.05
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