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Not All Loss of Life is Tragic

Reader comment on: The Flotilla Succeeded, But at a Cost

Submitted by FactsRule (United States), Jun 6, 2010 05:08

I'm with you, Mr. Edelstein, until you write that all loss of life is tragic & regrettable. The loss of life of the primeval, savage, barbarians who almost beat, stabbed, & shot to death those men acting as policemen is not at all tragic & especially not regrettable. I continue to be overjoyed that we no longer have to worry for innocent people that they'll be lynched by blood thirsty terrorists. Also, your last sentence seems disjointed. Of course the terrorist ambush was counter to efforts to stop extremism & terrorism. That's because it was terrorism. Am I missing something? BTW, the only way for Israel to possibly defend herself going forward is to repatriate the Jordanians to Arab Palestine(now known as Jordan) & from Gaza to Egypt. This is the only way to be rid of a very muderous 5th column that exists to murder as many Jews as possible.


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Jun 6, 2010 05:08

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Jun 6, 2010 04:40

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