The young female journalist-cum-activist from the ABC (suffering early onset bias) was asking Amir Maimon, the Israeli Ambassador to Australia, at his National Press Club address the other day:
‘…we’ve heard it being said for the past two weeks, the notion that Israel has a right to defend itself. But what does that actually look like? Where is the line crossed? What number of Palestinian people killed is a satisfactory number for the Israeli government … considering there are more than 5,000 including children that have been killed, where is that line drawn?’
Implicit in that question appears to be the assumption...
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