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    • r cummings
    • 13.10.09 | 21:29 (IST)

    in Serbia, Iraq and Afghanistan and from what knowledge base please? There have been no reports or allegations of war crimes from anyone. Can you publish some links to substantiate your made-up Zio claims? UK forces fight counter-insurgency wars, where infantry take on insurgent fighters man to man in close-quarter battles. They do not hide in a ditch and shell them from afar, nor do they shell civilian areas or shoot civilians. They are a professional army which follows the rule of law. Compare and contrast with Israel, if the Haaretz censor unusually permits They don't take on insurgent fighters man to man in close-quarter battles, do hide in ditches and shell them from afar, shoot civilians and carry out punitive, indiscriminate bombardment of civilian areas. They are a conscript army that follows any old rules, with no regard as to whether or not they conform to the Geneva Conventions. That is why Israel is facing the ICC and civilised western armies are not.

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    First published 13:37 13.10.09 | Last updated 16:57 13.10.09
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