Day: January 2, 2013

One Martyr Down: The Untold Story Of A Canadian Peacekeeper Killed At War
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One Martyr Down: The Untold Story Of A Canadian Peacekeeper Killed At War

PATROL BASE KHIAM, SOUTHERN LEBANON. JULY 25, 2006, 19:10 LOCAL Two nights ago Wolf dreamed he would die in this bunker. He dreamed he was going to burn as the metre-thick concrete walls collapsed on top of him. And though he was now calm, Wolf was still pretty sure he was going to die and nothing happening at the moment could have changed his mind. The shells and bombs were right on target; the last wave had landed inside the small white UN compound and blew the door off the underground bunker, the last refuge of the four peacekeepers now under siege. Across Lebanon and across the world responsible people were trying to stop the attack: “You’re killing my people,” they yelled into phones and radio handsets. They were trying to save Wolf but something had begun and it wouldn’t be stop...

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