Israeli Drone Killings
by Stephen Lendman
Palestinians wanting to live free from Israeli state terror are called terrorists.
They're targeted for elimination, extrajudicially executed by land, sea and air attacks, including by Hermes 450 attack drones, similar to US predator ones - instruments of cold-blooded murder.
Israel admitted its drone assassination policy with little elaboration, saying they're "very widely used in (its) air force operations against" terrorists - aka defenseless Palestinian men, women and children, notably slaughtered during its naked 2014 Gaza aggression and preemptive aerial attacks after hostilities ended.
Just societies call extrajudicial assassinations cold-blooded murder, culpable parties held accountable.
In Israel, they're given medals, promoted and honored - its regime rewarded with billions of dollars of largely US military aid, used for more killing.
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