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Reader comment on: What Really Happened on the Gaza 'Freedom Flotilla'

Submitted by No name (Greece), Jun 9, 2010 03:47

Where is your source for all these numbers?
How do we know that the videos weren't set up?
People really need to know what happened there.We are not interested in VERSIONS of the story,be it from the Israeli part or the activists' part.We are interested in facts.
If you are stating that there is so much evidence against activists,why is israel denying an official UN investigation?
Moreover,how can a commando, a rough-trained soldier be harmed by a... slingshot?of THAT size?
You are merely stating there is no humanitarian crisis in gaza.What's your definition of "humanitarian crisis" then?
Let's not rush and call somebody a terrorist just because we don't like his acting.


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