posted on Jul, 18 2014 @ 11:03 PM
originally posted by: boncho
Brilliant point, I know for damn sure if it was one of my boys killed like that I'd be out for blood and so would the majority of my family. They are
just creating more and more resistance every time the kill innocent men women and children.
At the same time, Palestinians are doing the same thing lobbing rockets into Israel. I understand the death toll is fewer, but it's not helping their
...and you got this...
A couple weeks ago Hamas kidnaps and murders 3 teenage boys
(link) and I'm
sure every IDF soldier marching towards Gaza has got that on their mind.
Bottom line is both sides are wrong. They need to resolve this conflict without violence, if not, don't complain when your people are dying around
you. That's what you get when you sign up for violent resolution.
Ah, but you're being intellectually dishonest.
"The death toll is fewer"
Technically, the death toll among Israelis is almost NIL. Those home made rockets being launched into "Israel"? They land no where near anyone. The
Palestinians may as well be hurling rocks into the desert, in the general direction of Israel.
This entire farce of an invasion, and it is an invasion, is built upon a false premise. That being that Israel uses any excuse to justify further
expansion into what's left of Palestine.
You should be ashamed for exaggerating Palestinian reaction to being bulldozed out of their homes. Have you no conscience? Are are you simply paid too
well to lie on the internet, for all the "work" that entails.
Want some verifiable proof of the blatant corruption going on in this mess, including those Israeli parliament officials involved and who stand to
profit from "settling" Palestinian land?
Thanks to powerful intervention from MK Omri and his father PM Ariel Sharon, environmentalists fought off real estate developers and won a battle
to develop Mount Hiriya and the surrounding agricultural lands into a sprawling public park slated to be almost three times as large as Central Park
in New York. Formerly known as "Park Ayalon", the park has been renamed after the former Prime Minister and is slated to be "Ariel Sharon
Critics accused Sharon and his father, Ariel Sharon, of nepotism, especially when Ariel sent Omri as his unofficial representative for talks with
members of the Palestinian Authority.
In 2006, Omri became involved in a scandal relating to fundraising for his father's 1999 Likud leadership campaign. On July 26, 2005,
Israeli attorney general Menachem Mazuz announced that he would indict Omri on charges of corruption. Omri had parliamentary immunity at the time, but
indicated willingness to stand trial. The Knesset passed a law limiting members' immunity in order to allow the indictment. Omri was formally
indicted on August 28, charged with felonies of political corruption and with perjury.
Care to guess where this new public park is slated to be built? How "inconvenient" it must be to have all these Palestinian people still living on
that land, amirite?
When the Israeli mindset consists entirely of "God gave this land to me!", Zionist ultra-nationalism is essentially no different from the Nazi
mentality that had them evicted from Germany. It wouldn't surprise me if members of the Knesset had Nazi flags draped across their home walls.
Note that Ariel Sharon suffered from major health problems right around the time he was under investigation for his role in this scandal. It's a
shame he died before he could recover enough to be sent to prison to serve time for his crimes.