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'IDF does more than any other army to prevent civilian deaths'

INTERVIEW: Colonel Richard Kemp, former commander of British forces in Afghanistan, talks to Ynet about Israel's military and moral superiority over Hamas, and says Israel should hit Gaza harder and faster.

Attila Somfalvi
Published: 07.24.14, 11:52 / Israel News

Israel's military makes more effort than any other army to prevent civilian casualties, but should be more aggressive in Gaza, says Colonel (ret.) Richard Kemp CBE, the former commander of the British armed forces in Afghanistan and fierce international advocate for the IDF.

 

  

"I would like to see the IDF operating much faster, going in perhaps harder and faster, that's what I would like to see," Kemp told Ynet on Wednesday.

 

"But having said that, I recognize - as you recognize - the pressures on Israel from all around the world to absolutely minimize the number of civilian casualties they're causing", he added. "I believe that on the basis of everything that I've seen, that everything the IDF does to protect civilians and to stop the death of innocent civilians is a great deal more than any other army, and it's more than the British and the American armies."

  

 

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Kemp, who was a strong advocate for Israel in the wake of 2012's Operation Pillar of Defense in Gaza,  said he had come to Israel now "to get as close of a vew as I can of the current conflict, so I can make my own assessment of what's happened, to contribute to the international commentary that's taking place on Israel."

 

 

 

 

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