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December 2011[edit]

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Elders of Ziyon is of course not RS, but a nutters' site, followed by the blind. Still, the video shows that skunk was sprayed down the centre of the road, and the child, one of the stone-throwers, closer to the Israeli troops, was covered by the lateral spread of the spray. and that the armoured lorry charged at speed past troops who were fully aware a child was on that road. Perhaps the most accurate description would be, 'Israeli troops employ skunk on streets regardless of the presence of a five year old child at the forefront of stone-throwers. (If that child's courage in the fact of the IDF had been evinced by every adult in WW2, the Holocaust would have failed, but of course . .you can't or won't see that) Nishidani (talk) 17:45, 18 May 2015 (UTC)