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Israel bombarded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip with about 300 airstrikes yesterday and shot down a Palestinian rocket fired at Tel Aviv.
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18/11/2012 8:20:16 p.m.
Hamas and Iran should be charged with crimes against humanity for indiscriminately firing rockets at Israeli civilians. Also hiding rockets/ command centers e.t.c in civilian areas is pure cowardice and is Hamas's genocide against its own citizens and should be blamed on Hamas and not Israel. Israel is caught between a rock and a hard place as they have to stop this terrorist bombing of their citizens but inevitably incur civilian casualties amongst Gazan residents in doing so due to Hamas's using civilians shields. While the suffering of the Palestinian and Israeli victims is the same and equally horrific, the culpability rests purely on the terrorist Hamas and their criminal Iranian backers. If they used non violent means they would get their two state solution much sooner.
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