from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See R factor.
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EZZELDEEN ABU AL-AISH: To judge things by two eyes and that the coin has two sides, and that there is a nation, a Palestinian people in Gaza, who are waiting to get their rights and their chances of living equally, as every nation in the world.
EZZELDEEN ABU AL-AISH: What I received, that they admitted their responsibility about shelling my house and killing my daughters and my niece.
EZZELDEEN ABU AL-AISH: We are standing in the scene of the tragedy, in the place where four lovely girls were sitting, building their dreams and their hopes, and in seconds, these dreams were killed.
EZZELDEEN ABU AL-AISH was broadcast live on TV, the Palestinian's pain moving even the Israeli prime minister to tears
JUST LISTEN TO HOW ISRAELIS ATTACK THE PHYSISCIAN DOCTOR EZZELDEEN ABU AL-AISH'S PRESS CONFERENCE AFTER THE STORY OF THE DEATH OF THREE OF HIS DAUGHTERS BY AN ISRAELI TANK SHELL WAS SHOWN.