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    Posted July 28, 2014 by
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    Israel-Gaza conflict

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    Please Read The Story Behind This Photo

     

    This photo that has gone viral worldwide, this horrifieng photo that supposely show a dead family in Gaza, is a photo of an Israelien family the Fogel family.

    Thier house was invaded by terrorists and they were butcherd.

     

    By using this photo Hamas has broken all lines possible.. Hamas is using photos like this all around the web either from Syria Iraq and now apparently Israel.

    Please I am not naive enough to think there are no civillian casulaties in Gaza but the publication of this photo shows the true face of Hamas.

     

    This is a terror organization who has no regards and no limits on its means to get its goals.

     

    Please share this with the world because they use photos like this all the time,  and if no foriegn international news network will expose thier face the world attention will again be drawn from why israel started and in need of this operation to continue.

    Because no matter how much we will try to avoid civillian casuallties when a photo like this goes viral all reason goes out the table.

     

    The same goes to the latest "Israelien Attack" on a hospital which is no other than a hamas doing (failed missle launch).

    When we hurt civillians we apologize and investigate these incidents when they cause them they are either happy about them if its on our side or blame us if they kill thier own.

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