If Palestinians were human beings

August 2014
Green Left Weekly;8/13/2014, Issue 1020, p13
The author reflects on the war crimes committed by Israel against Palestinians with the violation of international law, and states that it is more important to convince the world to regard Palestinians as human beings to prevent and protect Palestinians from genocidal attacks of Israel.


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