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Swede wins prestigious world photo award

RobinHood
post 16.Feb.2013, 09:15 AM
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Joined: 17.Feb.2010

An extremely powerful picture that reminds the world what collateral damage really means.
It's very interesting how the picture and the award have excited Israeli trolls on this forum. The picture is totally apoloitical. It is about the death of children, and the pain of their fathers and has no relationship to The Palestinian Question. Please be less troll-like and show a little more dignity.
Get back under the bridge and shut up. You are not wanted here.
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guliver
post 16.Feb.2013, 09:39 AM
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Joined: 26.May.2011

Dead children there are on both sides unfortuntly
and it terrified to see it all over
just oneside insist on his own civilian causulties ignoring the murdr of our children
Yes Robin Hood you have in Europe learnt that the blood of the Jews had no value
therefore you insist to show just the one side
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unionisten
post 16.Feb.2013, 07:59 PM
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Joined: 30.Jan.2011

The big problem is that Israel should never have been created, i can understand why the palestinians where uppset when their land was given away
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Avidror
post 18.Feb.2013, 05:15 PM
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Joined: 22.May.2010

To shard:
About the long-term Arab-Israeli conflict, that's the point. The Congo conflict inflicted more casualties than the Arab-Israeli conflict even being the latter much more long-termed. That's more people killed in less time.
And how can you compare Israel's treatment of Palestinians with Nazi Germany's treatment of Jews "with the exception of the 'final solution'"? The extermination of Jews by Germany and the lack of an extermination of Palestinians by Israel is precisely what makes a clear difference between Israel and the Third Reich.
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rohermoker
post 19.Feb.2013, 07:35 PM
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Joined: 29.Jan.2010

Stalin once said the death of one is a tragedy, the death of millions is a statistic. true peace is possible only in the cemetery.
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MC7669
post 21.Feb.2013, 10:02 AM
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Joined: 6.Nov.2010

To Unionisten
You have a big problem, we are here and won't move...but what I really wanted to ask you is what Land was taken from Palestinians, was there a country called Palestine? interesting who are the Palestinians people? who was their leader? president? PM? where was their parlement house?
Well you won't answers you won't have any thing to say beside the fact that your people made worng choice by ignoring the fact that jew and arabs what were living in the same erea could live in peace as it was before the declaration of the state of Israel, They could only get a better life...
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entry
post 22.Feb.2013, 10:46 AM
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Location: Västra Götaland
Joined: 1.Jul.2007

That certainly is a dramatic photo. But my favorite Pallywood production is the video "The Living Dead- Palestine" where the guy pretending to be dead being carried during the funeral procession keeps being dropped to the ground and has to keep jumping back on to the litter and play dead again.
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