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    looks like the media in palestine sets up their own battles to make israel look like the aggressor. They are fake battles with fake sets and ambulances, but the media captures them and broadcasts it in attempts to try to influence world opinion - at the very least, the palestinian collective opinion.
    this is a prime example how the media are full of crap... unbelievable trash

    http://www.break.com/index/what_real...pallywood.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by vw2002
    looks like the media in palestine sets up their own battles to make israel look like the aggressor. They are fake battles with fake sets and ambulances, but the media captures them and broadcasts it in attempts to try to influence world opinion - at the very least, the palestinian collective opinion.
    this is a prime example how the media are full of crap... unbelievable trash

    http://www.break.com/index/what_real...pallywood.html

    Given what happened in Qana, your implication sickens me.

    Given the number of journalists who have died in Iraq trying to distribute the reality of that situation to the rest of the world, your comment disgusts me.
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    <personal attack> poster warned
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    lol.
    I gotta have more cowbell
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    Classy.
    Last edited by Bill Gamble; 08/02/2006 at 06:38 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas
    Given what happened in Qana, your implication sickens me.
    If its true why is it sickening? If, for another example, it is true that Hizbullah told Qana village members not to leave, that they would be protected from Israel and then specifically took cover under said village after firing missles into Israel, wouldn't the real sickening thing be the actions of Hizbullah?
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    No personal attacks. Either argue the point or see the thread closed.
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    OK, maybe if I don't quote anyone and stay on the (off-) topic, my post will remain relevant and escape deletion...

    Assuming the Pallywood allegation is accurate, it really doesn't change my view of the situation. Propaganda is an unfortunate reality in all wars, from all sides, and this is no different.

    Oh, and is it just me, or was that "complete with makeup artists" bit a little over the top?
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    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas
    Given what happened in Qana, your implication sickens me.
    What happened in Qana is a terrible tragedy most Israelis feel awfully sickened by and it prompted anti-war demonstrations in Tel Aviv (according to Haaretz publication).
    I am still waiting to hear from you (and Hezbollah for that matter) how awfully sickened you are of Hezbollah for killing Israelis (often brutally) in this war and prior to it.
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    Convincing video - I checked out the author's website and he has even more examples. Besides playing actor and cowboys and indians all day, what type job does the Palestinian man have? Looks like a society starved for attention and craving for sympathy. Pathetic.

    Quote Originally Posted by vw2002
    looks like the media in palestine sets up their own battles to make israel look like the aggressor. They are fake battles with fake sets and ambulances, but the media captures them and broadcasts it in attempts to try to influence world opinion - at the very least, the palestinian collective opinion.
    this is a prime example how the media are full of crap... unbelievable trash

    http://www.break.com/index/what_real...pallywood.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by impish
    What happened in Qana is a terrible tragedy most Israelis feel awfully sickened by and it prompted anti-war demonstrations in Tel Aviv (according to Haaretz publication).
    And guess who was there to instigate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by impish
    I am still waiting to hear from you (and Hezbollah for that matter) how awfully sickened you are of Hezbollah for killing Israelis (often brutally) in this war and prior to it.
    Make an implication that the citizen victims in some way stage their dead and you will get the same response from me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Advance The Man
    Convincing video - I checked out the author's website and he has even more examples. Besides playing actor and cowboys and indians all day, what type job does the Palestinian man have? Looks like a society starved for attention and craving for sympathy. Pathetic.
    Perhaps you should visit there before condemning such a hateful manner. I don't believe you understand the history of the situation or you wouldn't make such obtuse statements.

    I don't know what your particular beliefs for this region were prior to 9-11 or the Iraq war, but you seem to really be galvanizing more and more every day to an extreme position and I don't wish that on anyone, honestly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas
    Make an implication that the citizen victims in some way stage their dead and you will get the same response from me.
    I am asking you to show similar moral outrage of Hezbollah as Israelis had done in Israel toward their own government. I wouldn't expect Hezbollah to show remorse but I hoped you would.
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    We all have discussed many regions of the world without stepping foot in that country. I don't think it's necessary to have visited a region to have an opinion. My position is not extreme, it is black and white on who the aggressor is and who provokes who. I also know quite a bit on the original Israel land agreement, as well as the land for peace deals that went unaccepted by Palestinians. And Hizbollah (fyi, not the non-Hizbollah Lebanese) is getting exactly what they deserve, a **** kicking like they didn't think possible or plausible. I could say the same about your opinions, extreme on the opposite spectrum supporting groups who in my opinion don't deserve a look. To each their own.

    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas
    Perhaps you should visit there before condemning such a hateful manner. I don't believe you understand the history of the situation or you wouldn't make such obtuse statements.

    I don't know what your particular beliefs for this region were prior to 9-11 or the Iraq war, but you seem to really be galvanizing more and more every day to an extreme position and I don't wish that on anyone, honestly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by impish
    I am asking you to show similar moral outrage of Hezbollah as Israelis had done in Israel toward their own government. I wouldn't expect Hezbollah to show remorse but I hoped you would.
    You're referring to my comment of blaming the victim and then turning around and saying now condemn hezbollah. It's not on topic. Want me to make it my sig? Give it a rest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Advance The Man
    To each their own.
    Absolutely. I'm not suggesting you can't have your opinion. I'm just honestly concerned it appears at times you are a bit consumed by what could only be described as hate. I just suggest taking a step back from it once in a while cause that's not good for your health.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vw2002
    <personal attack> poster warned
    Ha Ha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas
    You're referring to my comment of blaming the victim and then turning around and saying now condemn hezbollah. It's not on topic. Want me to make it my sig? Give it a rest.
    Fox News is the one running that garbage line.
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