posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 02:26 AM
Rachel Corrie, 23, was killed in 2003 while trying to block the bulldozer from razing Palestinian homes
Haifa, Israel (CNN) -- Nine years after an American activist was crushed to death by an Israeli army bulldozer, an Israeli civil court ruled
Tuesday that Rachel Corrie's death was an accident.
This is so sad and an insult to the entire human race but im not surpise by the verdict
rulling this an accident is excusing the murder of an innocent peacefull young American
they know what they did but dont care and they want people to forget her
but she will never be forgotten ! she sacrified herself to protect the innocents
she had a message of peace and the IDF crushed her with a bulldozer
do they have any ounce of honor ??
Rachel showed nothing else then kindness and courage
because she knew in her heart she was doing the right thing .. helping the oppressed
The soldier who did this will maybe not be punished now by the human law
but by God himself .. Rachel Corrie is now in heaven
and this soldier when he will die .. the pit will be waiting for him
eternal damnation for a murderer and his boss who ordered him to go ahead is no better
they knew she was right in front with a loud speaker
Corrie, 23, was killed in 2003 while trying to block the bulldozer from razing Palestinian homes.
On Tuesday, a judge in Haifa said the family has no rights to damages.
Corrie, an American peace activist and human rights defender, was nonviolently protesting the demolition of Palestinian civilian homes in Rafah, Gaza,
when she was fatally struck. She was working with the Palestinian-led International Solidarity Movement when she died.
The Israeli Ministry of Defense said in 2010 that it regrets Corrie's death. "But she was in a known combat area, so the (Israeli Defense Forces) does
not have responsibility," a spokesman told CNN. "The case is with the court, and they will make their decision."
Corrie's parents have searched for answers in their daughter's killing.
"The more we found out, the more likely that the killing was intentional, or at least incredibly reckless," father Craig Corrie said in 2010.
"As a former soldier, I was even in charge of bulldozers in Vietnam ... You're responsible to know what's in front of that blade, and I believe that
edit on 8/28/2012 by Ben81 because: (no reason given)