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A Jew, a soldier and a Druze watch - very carefully - the Syrian side of the Golan Heights.

Twenty Syrian-Druze civilians were murdered in their village of Qalb al-Loza, in the Idlin region of Syria, according to the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

The civilians were massacred by Jabhat al-Nusra rebels, who are associated with Al-Qaida.

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It began when the Tunisian-born Jabhat al-Nusra leader killed one of the Druze villagers.

The locals then killed one of the al-Nusra rebels in response. The rebels called in reinforcements, who then proceeded to kill the Druze civilians, including a child.

Druze are considered infidels by the various Muslim sects.

Israeli-Druze have been warning of a potential massacre against their relatives in Syria.

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  1. There is never any outrage in the world communities about these kinds of atrocities, yet when Israel protects itself from rockets launched at its civilian population it is condemned as 'disproportionate', no matter what level. On the face of it, they dislike Israel. The truth is, they do not like Jews. They never have, they never will. Every empire which has tried to exterminate us has disappeared into history, and we are still here. I cannot remember which Israeli Minister of Defense said it, but there is a war coming which will be bloody for both sides. Hamass and hezbollah have been talking big lately, which is what arabs do, but they must be totally self-deceived about Israel's strength. In the next war, Israel must respond with a vengeance; no prisoners, no questions, no mercy. Scorched earth until the last enemy combatant is dead.

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