From: "Nadia Abu-Amr" email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2000 18:21:24 IST
> The past two weeks i have been trying to find meaning to the words "World
>Justice", this is what i came up with:
> 1)The Democratic State of Israel is to use rubber and exploding bullets
>(both banned worldwide) against stone hurling children, this is World
> 2)Using tanks, rockets, and Apachi helicopters against unarmed civillians
>is World Justice.
> 3)105 palestinians died in these confrontations so far, most of them
>children, and yet, the USA did not condem the Israeli violence. This is
> 4) 2 israeli soldiers who sneeked into palestinian terretories carrying
>explosives and a hit list were killed by an angry palestinian mob after
>being caught. The Israelis clame that the soldiers lost their way into
>Palestinian terretories, let me point this out. Ramallah, the city they
>so called lost in, was surrounded by Israeli blocades and check points. How
>exactly did they pass these checkpoints? The USA Condems this. This is
> 5)Jewish settlers attack unarmed arabs and burn their houses. The
>settlers were accompanied by Israeli soldiers sent there to protect the
>settlers from the unarmed arabs. This is World Justice.
> 6)The USA threatens to VITO any resolution passed in the UN condeming
>Israeli violence. This is World Justice.
> 7)Koffi Anan and Madeline Albright condem the capture of three Israeli
>soldiers off occupied land in South Lebanon. They were captured by Lebanese
>Freedom Fighters. The UN resolution 225 recognizes these lands to be
>occupied by Israel, giving the Freedom Fighters every right to do whatever
>necessary to free their land. This is World Justice.
> 8)The shooting of 12 year old Mohamed Al Dura in cold blood on live TV by
>Israeli Snipers (45 minutes of direct shooting on Mohamed and his father
>on live TV). This is World Justice.
> 9)CNN shows footage of the 2 israeli soldiers been killed but neglects to
>show any footage on the 105 palestinians shot to death.This is World
>I can go on and on, but this is what "World Justice" seems to stand for at