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    • tolduso
    • 23.08.06 | 19:20 (IDT)

    agreeing with this editorial,i wasn't going to respond.reading benziman about the reason behindp.m's decision to do an about-face on his televised speech, including the facilitating w.bank withdrawal aspect,the lebanon war shall have,i have to say:these people are armed,very dangerous,fanaticaly motivated.those that serve/d in i.d.f are also well-trained. some have proved ready,willing& able to take lives,jewish and arab-not to mention harrass,degrade&convert property flagrantly&proudly.they are armed by the state,with ministery of security budget,with military grade firearms.i want to hope the majority won't use them,when it's goodbye time-some time in the distant future.if the story is true-they should have been sent home there&then.they would have begged to stay.in war, screw-ups are instantly gotten rid of.in israel that means discharge,not firing squad.this looks very bad.no-one else has nearly the zealotry they have;they will certainly drag israel through big hassles.

    from the article: Save the IDF
    First published 00:00 23.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 23.08.06
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