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Yes, how does one fight a "war" against the most cowardly fighting force in history??

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Submitted by kman (United States), Jan 12, 2009 at 19:23

When they hide behind women and children and put their command posts under a hospital, how does one fight back, especially when the world puts blinders on?

Why wouldn't an Israeli politician get tired? Intimidation has worked well for Islam. It now has the majority of the world's population cowed and buying into any nonsense the newspapers put out. That includes leaving crucial facts out. In the U.S., many people believe anything the press puts out.

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