Saez de Ugarte en Guerra Eterna:
Un oficial israelí intenta explicar a sus soldados que las órdenes han cambiado. Ha convencido a sus reticentes superiores de que no es necesario entrar en una casa disparando a matar bajo la presunción de que todos los habitantes de ese barrio de Gaza son terroristas:
And then there was a very annoying moment. One of my soldiers came to me and
asked, 'Why?' I said, 'What isn't clear? We don't want to kill innocent civilians.' He goes, 'Yeah? Anyone who's in there is a terrorist, that's a known fact.' I said, 'Do you think the people there will really run away? No one will run away.' He says, 'That's clear,' and then his buddies join in: 'We need to murder any person who's in there. Yeah, any person who's in Gaza is a terrorist,' and all the other things that they stuff our heads with, in the media.
Christopher Hitchens :
Recent reports of atrocities committed by Israeli soldiers in the course of the intervention in Gaza have described the incitement of conscripts and reservists by military rabbis who characterized the battle as a holy war for the expulsion of non-Jews from Jewish land. The secular Israeli academic Dany Zamir, who first brought the testimony of shocked Israeli soldiers to light, has been quoted as if the influence of such extremist clerical teachings was something new. This is not the case...