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Lebanon Soldier’s Family: Our Son Deserves Medal

The family of the Lebanon army soldier who shot and killed IDF soldier Shlomi Cohen said that their son deserves a medal for killing an Israeli.

Al-Arabiya is reporting that the soldier is claiming that Cohen, who was driving down the road near the border, was planning to breach the border.

The Lebanese government is saying that the soldier acted on his own.

Al Arabiya reported that the soldier has served in the Lebanese army for 10 year and is considered an excellent soldier.

Cohen’s family is demanding a stronger response in light of the new facts that have come to light, that the Lebanese soldier wasn’t “crazy” as originally claimed, and instead was a stable, career soldier.

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8 Responses to “Lebanon Soldier’s Family: Our Son Deserves Medal”

  1. Lead is a metal. Oh, you said "medal"…well, close enough. May medals made of lead get pinned to the chests of everybody who targets the innocent.

  2. Chaim Szmidt says:

    He killed an Israeli Jewish soldier for no reason other the wish to kill a Jew, you really think there will be a response, a punishment?!?!?

  3. Send some Mossad operatives and execute this fellow for murdering an IDF member. LEX TALIONIS against the enemies of Israel…

  4. Ben II says:

    Israel should bomb the hell out of Lebanon for that.

  5. Ron Kall says:

    Kill him and his family! That should deter further attacks on Jews!

  6. Yechiel Baum says:

    Shows his parents poisoned the mind of the soldier and now they are making excuses for it. Time to kill their children in response and weed out this poison.

  7. Muy de acuerdo con Ud;la única forma de detener esto es:ojo por ojo y diente por diente hasta que aprendan que es Israel.

  8. I suggest a Full Metal Jacket medal 7.65!!!

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