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    • Rick
    • 06.05.05 | 22:13 (IDT)

    Hello Yariv- Your response seems to me to be hyperbole rather than fact. Please provide some backup for your questionable numbers. I base my opinions and statements on reliable and credible sources, which I can cite. Do you? If so, please provide a credible source. As for where I have been, I was in Israel/Palestine during the height of the latest intifada. As to the systematic murder of civilians, I cannot and will not defend attacks on civilians by either side. The Israeli claim that it is more moral because it does not "systematically" "target" civilians is nonsense. Until recently, they routinely fired multiple missles at targets on streets crowded by civilians. They bombed an entire apartment buidling filled with innocent people to kill one man (who was definitely not innocent). The Israelis may not target named civilians, but they recklessly kill innocent Palestinians without even a thought. IDF pilots who refuse to fire on targets on crowded streets are imprisoned. Bombing an apartment building or firing missles at targets on crowded streets are no more moral than blowing up a bus full of civilians. Both are absolutely evil and unacceptable to civilized persons.

    from the article: Does Israel want peace?
    First published 00:00 06.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 06.05.05
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