As a survivor of that battle, I can testify that there was no such 'carpet bombing
NEWfilm, and it's time for fresh carpet bombing
on reality TV.
The carpet bombing
and shuttle bombing that the German, Italian, and Spanish air forces tested that day became a common practice during World War II.
But last week's love carpet bombing
, akin to The Blitz, said everything about the abusive nature of our family relationship, as it stands, and nothing about how the rift might be healed.
The US carpet bombing
of Hanoi and Cambodia, and much later, the drone attacks on Pakistan and Yemen were deemed illegal under the Rome Statute.
used carpet bombing
inside Cambodia, using the term Ms.
The four–piece's set consisted of a raucous wall of sound, a carpet bombing
of heavy guitars and a pounding rhythm section on tracks like Welcome Home and Fire, Fire.
on the radio we heard body counts, famine and carpet bombing
Henry Kissinger won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1973, shortly after masterminding the carpet bombing
of Laos and Cambodia during the Vietnam War and when he was an ally to military dictators in South America.
I know people still try to defend indiscriminate carpet bombing
but it was an indefensible war crime.
Most of the rabbis, including controversial figure Chief Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu--who called for a carpet bombing
of Gaza in 2007 "regardless of the price in Palestinian life"--come from the Israeli city of Safed.
This together work better than old fashioned approaches of carpet bombing
on TV alone.
Though the attacks were precise (as could be), with Hamas fighters hiding among civilians casualties were inevitable (though Nato's carpet bombing
in Bosnia and Yugoslavia or our own in the Second World War does not received similar condemnation).
God knows how many thousands of innocent women and children we burnt to death in our criminal carpet bombing
and firestorms in a matter of minutes.
It has become common to dismiss these fliers as 'war criminals' after the carpet bombing
of German cities.