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20 July 2006

From Israel to Lebanon

Monday, July 17, 2006: Kiryat shmona Israeli girls write messages on a shell at a heavy artillery position firing into civilians inside Lebanon
Monday, July 17, 2006: South Lebanon: A Lebanese Child Receiving the message from the Israeli girls!

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  1. I think it would have been better if that rock was recieved by any one of our hounered governers>u broke my heart

  2. I think Israel should send them thanks letters instead

  3. Here are some more pictures.

    "Om Mohammed helps her twelve-year-old son Abu Ali with a toy suicide bomber belt he fashioned on his own. "I hope to be a Martyr...I hope when I get 14 or 15 to explode myself." His mother is proud of her son: "God gave him to me to protect and defend our homeland." The family is seen in their Gaza City home, May 15, 2002. ( Maya Alleruzzo / The Washington Times )"

    Do we like these better?

  4. Those young girl will someday grow to be 'terrorist'. Great picture to show us the system that sprawns 'international terrorism'.

  5. already posted yesterday these historic three shots which made my day
    check what I wrote

  6. Kids imitating adults this is why it never ends.

  7. someday all of us will send them thank you notes written on a nuclear bomb

  8. I think there should be a strong Arabic Reply for the Israeli message.

    Thanks for your comment on my blog. I am now in Egypt, I will go back at the beginning of September... and yes it is scary, rabina youstor.

  9. I am not surprised, it's really heartbreaking to see everyday these crimes committed against civilians not to mention children.
    The strange question that I am obsessed with are we the only ones who see these massacres ... why is the world turning a blind eye?