Tuesday, May 13, 2003

Roadmap To A Concentration Camp
'These murders - eyewitness accounts suggest that in each case the Israelis were well aware of what they were doing - may be a drop in the ocean in the broader Palestinian conflict, but they are exceptionally significant as an illustration of the Sharon regime's impunity. Israel's security forces appear no longer to have too many qualms about killing foreigners even when they happen to be the citizens of Israel's closest allies. And on the basis of the available evidence, this does not appear to be a miscalculation. It is not hard to imagine the furore in both official circles and the mainstream press in Britain and the United States had it been possible to hold the Palestinian side accountable for any of these deaths. But because the responsibility rests squarely on the shoulders of the Israeli regime, it is considered advisable to collaborate in a cover-up.'

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