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1 more Israeli killed - or, so they say

Is that him? Waaaay over there?

Police said six to 10 rockets struck Nahariya, killing one man as he walked down a street toward a bomb shelter and setting fire to the top of a two-story apartment building. Firefighters rushed to the scene.

"I was near the bomb shelter. There was a humongous boom," Eli Dayari, a witness at the scene of the fire, told Israel's Channel 10 television. "People are panicking."
Am I being unreasonable? Or, are we seeing a pattern?

5 Comments:

At Tuesday, July 18, 2006, Anonymous A. Magnus said...

The pattern you're seeing is the same pattern the Soviets used in Afghanistan, the U.S. uses in Iraq and now Israel uses: deny your own atrocities and magnify those of your enemy. That's how you always hear about hundreds of dead 'insurgents' in Iraq but never see any piles of 'insurgent' bodies. Only the piles of bodies you do get pictures of are mostly civilians.

If you've ever read the 'Iraqi Resistance Report' series on Russian media you would find the same things, only in those cases the reporting is often accompanied by video footage shot by the resistance themselves. You almost never see westerm media showing footage of the enemy actually buying the farm, which leads one to believe that a massive coverup is undre way.

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006, Anonymous Die for the Elite said...

Pathological bullies Israel and Bush play the child's game of "stop hitting yourself" before the whole world, and we're told the bully is the victim. Keep playing that violin. There's a great movie titled "Bully," where the bully reaps what he sows.

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006, Blogger nesNYC said...

"Police said six to 10 rockets struck Nahariya, killing one man as he walked down a street toward a bomb shelter and setting fire to the top of a two-story apartment building. Firefighters rushed to the scene."

MOSSAD is busy I see.

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006, Blogger The Sphinx said...

Is it only me, or is the damage done to the pavement ridiculously small to be called "humongous"? Doesn't look that "humongous" now, does it..

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

That doesn't even look like a body!

It looks like the size of a dog, a small child, but not a full grown man.

The whole thing reeks of staging.

 

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