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Unnatural Causes


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4 Responses to “Unnatural Causes”

  1. Gil Gilman says:

    It is most likley he will now be remembered only for the controversy his dead body generated. Where he is suffering now…in a gehenna of reward for evil deeds, or a fools paradise of 70 virgin banshees, is anyone's guess.

  2. Moishe Sachs says:

    Just a slight clarification: ArabFat was responsible for over 100,000 deaths because of Lebanon. This is a couple of paragraphs from
    http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/war/lebanon.htm

    In the early 1970s, difficulties arose over the presence of Palestinian refugees, many of whom arrived after the 1967 Arab-Israeli war and "Black September" 1970 hostilities in Jordan. Among the latter were Yasser Arafat and the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO). Coupled with the Palestinian problem, Muslim and Christian differences grew more intense.

    Beginning of the Civil War–1975-81
    The spark that ignited the civil war in Lebanon occurred in Beirut on April 13, 1975, when gunmen killed four Phalangists during an attempt on Pierre Jumayyil's life. Perhaps believing the assassins to have been Palestinian, the Phalangists retaliated later that day by attacking a bus carrying Palestinian passengers across a Christian neighborhood, killing about twenty-six of the occupants. The next day fighting erupted in earnest, with Phalangists pitted against Palestinian militiamen (thought by some observers to be from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine). The confessional layout of Beirut's various quarters facilitated random killing. Most Beirutis stayed inside their homes during these early days of battle, and few imagined that the street fighting they were witnessing was the beginning of a war that was to devastate their city and divide the country.

  3. Jed Dunkin says:

    Gil I'll put my bet on gehenna.

  4. Paul Sutton says:

    I will always support Israel

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