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I say they are morally debased because of this: they attempt to de-humanise Palestinians and to diminish and deny their suffering.
I dislike the term bed blocking as it tends to de-humanise and takes the responsibility away from the servicesand onto the person waiting for their next level of appropriate care.
Military training in those days set out to de-humanise not only the enemy but the local civilian population as well.
Look, pedal your sub-Galloway frothing about America all you like but don’t you dare de-humanise every man and woman in uniform just because you don’t agree with a country’s military policy.
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