To kill somebody like Osama? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Anne
    • 04.05.11 | 13:46 (IDT)

    It is justified and also easy to understand the motivations of US why Osama Bin Laden was killed. Byt to kill "too easily" so many suspected Hamas terrorists whitout even to try to arrest them and even less -to have them the right for the some kind of trial (even Hussein had it). Or trained soldiers having killed some "stonethrowers" in the name of self-defence. To pave the way for the similiar moves? ??

    from the article: Will bin Laden killing pave way for similar moves by Israel?
    First published 01:06 04.05.11 | Last updated 01:06 04.05.11
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