posted on Jun, 28 2006 @ 08:41 AM
If you can do it, Nyg, so can I. I will not feed the troll.
I'm not sure how this is the beginning of the end at all... we all saw this coming.
Israel's first mistake, in my opinion, was ignoring many of the rocket attacks from Gaza. By letting Hamas get away with these unwarranted attacks on
Israeli civilians - it simply paved the way for this incursion into Israel and kidnapping of the soldier. The Palestinian Authority are the ones who
need to be help responsible for Hamas's actions. Israel is within their right for now threatening to target their political leadership. Let's see if
they'll actually live up to their threats. History has shown us that they don't work. They never did with Arafat and they haven't since his
The Palestinians had every right to elect a democratic government, but the day they elected a terrorist organization the gloves came off. Isreal has
been taking it very, very easy with them.
The current Israeli government is one of the most moderate in years. They are willing to make unprecedented concessions. It's boggles my mind
that the Palestinian leadership is turning the situation once again into a #estorm. The Palestinian leadership is making it very hard for the vast
majority of Israelis who actually believe in peace (as I understand it), as well as those that supported the Gaza withdrawal as well support future
withdrawals from the West Bank.
Hamas in power is the worst thing to ever happen to the Palestinian people. There was some optimism that they would temper themselves once in power,
but obviously not.
I'm not defending Isreal for every civilian casualty. I'm not defending every past attack they have made. But in this circumstance I support what
they are doing. Should they seek to remove the Hamas leadership entirely