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IDF: Limiting Harm to Civilians (Powerpoint)

IDF: Limiting Harm to Civilians (Powerpoint)

This must-see powerpoint by the IDF shows the stark difference between Hamas and Israel.

by The Israel Defense Force

For best viewing, press the "forward" button, and click through the slides at your own pace.

Published: January 17, 2009


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Visitor Comments: 28

(28) Joseph, February 20, 2009 6:58 AM

Stand as One - For All

Isreal must not anwser these accustaions. We need to Stand Strong in our convictions of Justice and our Method of Operating Justly. The accusation(s) need to be placed directly to Others, for All to See. By standing strong for Our Standing strong for Justice - We should gat others to stand as well, and form a collective front - For All.

(27) James Christy, February 5, 2009 8:22 AM

Spain

Perhaps the court that is charging our leaders with murder they should look at thier own "Law of Armed Conflict Manual"

(26) Boris, January 31, 2009 5:24 PM

"Hamas operative in midst of populated area"

No, the IDF headquarters are located in desert lands so as not to endanger civilians were it to be attacked !

(25) W. Reiman, January 27, 2009 3:10 PM

very elucidatory

This type of information should be made common knowledge and not, as at present is the case, only to the relatively few people that are directly involved.

(24) Shimrit, January 25, 2009 6:46 AM

Israel strength

Israel strong is when Israel doesn't care of what the world thinks of her. The world dosn't care what happen or will happen to Israel. The world see what Hammas and other terrorists do but choose to close their eyes. The BBC, CNN and other media sources always demonise Israel. The UN also demonise Israel, therefore Israel cannot fight antisemitism but do its best to stay alive.

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