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Speaking of disingenuousness,

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Submitted by Alain Jean-Mairet (Switzerland), May 4, 2006 at 03:39

the terrorist action you mention was, according to the source you quoted (http://www.ramla.muni.il/E_ramla/dani%20mass/kibush.html), but a small part of the successive military operations leading to “the expulsion of 16,000 Palestinian Arabs.”

And what should one think of the equivalence you imply when you put in parallel “fighting out of civilian homes or using civilians as shields” and “live in small isolated settlements surrounded by barbed wire and a hostile population.”

The whole point is there in a nutshell: Israelis want to live there. And Palestinian Arabs want to kill there.

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