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May 08, 2002
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Video: Surviving Terrorism

I was very troubled after yesterday's killing of 16 Israeli civilians by a vicious Palestinian homicide / suicide bomber south of Tel-Aviv. Not only 16 civilians were murdered, but over 50 were wounded, including 20 that are in critical condition.

MidEastTruth.com has a video that shows what is the life of a survivor of a terrorist attack. It includes interviews with survivors, including children, and shows their suffering, both physical and emotional. One of the victims' Mother says:

"After my daughter lost her leg, she's like a doll. We have to pick her up and move her around. Such an injury can take the life out of a person".

Another Israeli mother says:

"Peace, there's no other solution. So why go through a war and loose more lives on both sides when we all know that peace is the only solution?"

To watch the video, click here (Windows Media Player format)
If you have a fast internet connection (broadband), click here.
The video has also been translated to other languages, including Spanish, Russian, and French - click here to see all options.

Posted by David Melle at May 08, 2002 09:14 AM
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