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This Week In History: 12-year-old Palestinian boy Muhammad al-Durrah is shot to death in his father’s arms by Israeli troops
But you admit that you don’t know that. You say they were caught in a “Cross Fire.” That means they were in the middle of two groups shooting at each other. So, how do you know who shot them?
On September 30, 2000, the second day of the second intifada, the father and son were caught in a cross fire and hid behind a concrete cylinder.
Yup, “Cross Fire.”
So first you claim that it’s “All those evil Jews,” then you admit that it was a “Cross Fire,” that bullets were coming from two directions. You follow this by going back to the “It was all the Joooooos” lie…
For 45 minutes Jamal al-Durrah shielded his son from Israeli fire as several bullets narrowly missed them. He desperately waved and shouted: “Don’t shoot!” but to no avail.
You honestly think that soldiers spend 45 minutes shooting at them before scoring hits?
Bullets don’t discriminate. A bunch of Palestinians starting shooting WITHOUT REGARD for this father & son, which is how they got caught in a “Cross Fire” in the first place.
These things don’t happen by accident.
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