Well, I don't think so. It's just the logical outcome of 30+ years of occupation and anti-Arab incitement fed by "their schoolbooks and sermons and media".
But it's a question worth asking in light of CanDo's original thread, in which he offered nothing other than his opinion to make his claim. The issue has recieved some attention in the Israeli media after the murder of a 13 year old school girl.
As more information comes to light, the nature of this particular crime seems worse than I originally thought. In the initial reports I got the impressiopn that it all happened rather quickly. An unidentified figure approaching a closed military area, nervous soldiers and a fast reaction prior to, or at the same time as, indentification of the target.
But it seems that there was a time delay betwen the girl being recognised and her being shot to death. Reports suggest it was four minutes between one soldier identifing her as "a little girl........a girl about 10" and Captian R. finishing her off with a few rounds in the head. In the meantime she tried to hide behind a mound of earth as soldiers directed fire at her.