Page values for "'A bloody PR stunt'"

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_creationDateDatetimeJune 2, 2010 1:57:53 PM
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'A bloody PR stunt'

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TopicPageGaza flotilla raid
Position_fragmentStringIsrael was justified in its actions
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Israel was justified in its actions

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SourcePageUSA Today
DateDateJune 2, 2010
URLURLhttp://www.usatoday.com/news/opinion/editorials/2010-06-02-editorial02_ST1_N.htm
QuoteText"Israel is not at strife with the people of Gaza and goes to great lengths to organize the transfer of some 15,000 tons of humanitarian aid each week. If the organizers of this inciting flotilla were really interested in the Gazans' well-being, they would have accepted Israel's offers to transfer the humanitarian aid to the people of Gaza. Despite its soldiers sustaining gunshot and stab wounds and other injuries, Israel has already begun transferring the ships' humanitarian contents to Gaza as originally offered."
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'A bloody PR stunt' by Jonathan Peled (USA Today, June 2, 2010) (view)