Difference between revisions of "Advocates of 'proportion' are just unbalanced"

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|source=Chicago Sun-Times
|source=Chicago Sun-Times
|date=August 6, 2006
|date=August 6, 2006
|url=http://www.suntimes.com/output/steyn/cst-edt-steyn06.html
|url=http://jewishworldreview.com/0806/steyn080706.php3
|quote="Twenty-eight dead civilians in a village from which 150 Katyusha rockets have been launched against Israel doesn't seem "disproportionate" to me. What's "disproportionate" is the idea that civilian life should be allowed to proceed normally in what is, in fact, a terrorist launching platform."
|quote="Twenty-eight dead civilians in a village from which 150 Katyusha rockets have been launched against Israel doesn't seem "disproportionate" to me. What's "disproportionate" is the idea that civilian life should be allowed to proceed normally in what is, in fact, a terrorist launching platform."
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{{opinion|2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict|Israel was right to attack Lebanon|for}}
{{opinion|2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict|Israel was right to attack Lebanon|for}}

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Author(s) Mark Steyn
Source Chicago Sun-Times
Date August 6, 2006
URL http://jewishworldreview.com/0806/steyn080706.php3
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Quotes-start.png "Twenty-eight dead civilians in a village from which 150 Katyusha rockets have been launched against Israel doesn't seem "disproportionate" to me. What's "disproportionate" is the idea that civilian life should be allowed to proceed normally in what is, in fact, a terrorist launching platform." Quotes-end.png


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This item argues for the position Israel was right to attack Lebanon on the topic 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict.