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Israel must not commit to target killings in the world

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in response to reader comment: Israel must always be the strong horse just to live ! ..Feb.2010

Submitted by Julie S. (United States), Feb 17, 2010 at 13:32

But Israel is recently becoming a weak horse in the sight of public, killing its opponents in Dubai.
Target killings by Mossad will give Israeli gov't a bad name in America as well as the world.
They must abide by the UN charter and avoid target killings

Julie S

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