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Oh really, how many Israeli soldiers are dead

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Submitted by Tim Lock (Saudi Arabia), Sep 28, 2011 at 20:06

Well well well, May I ask how many Israili soldiers were killed on the Mavi Marmara? please please, who boarded with heavy guns on to a ship full of civilians and whose right it is to defend then, in your definition? And regarding stopping of a ship full of humanitarian assistance, wheres the proportioninate measured responses if for a second we imagine its lawful. And can you tell me how many of those killed were killed from close range and on their backs?

And these are all happening in international waters, pardon me, in waters belonging to everyone and not Israel.

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