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DogPoundPup Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jan-21-09 11:49 AM
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Too Many Pieces to Pick Up
In a farming area near Beit Hanoun cows lie dead across an entire field, some ripped open by shrapnel and others simply crushed by tanks. The corpses of donkeys, horses, goats and chickens line the streets.

"This is my family's livelihood," said Youssef, 18, of his farm's slaughtered animals. "And now it's gone. Who would take the time to kill cows in this war?"

In the same area, residents found a type of weapon that sends a throng of nails as far as the size of a football field in each direction, according to an Amnesty International representative investigating its use in Gaza.

A resident, father of an ambulance driver killed by a drone missile Jan. 5, pointed to nails lodged in the side of his house. He said IDF forces used the weapon on them during his son's funeral procession.

"I don't have any feelings any more," said Mohamed Hindi. "The Israelis have managed to destroy everything. Even our emotions."

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