posted on Mar, 22 2004 @ 04:06 PM
this is truly a no win situation for all parties involved. There will never be an absolute consensus on how to resolve the issues that have been
facing the Israelis and the Palestinians. Both sides have committed crimes against each other and both continue to do so. Israel has a large part
of the blame on its shoulders and so do the Palestinians.
Yassin was indeed a terrorist, forget the wheelchair, the man hated Israel and opposed peace.
But all I want to know is what happened to covert operations, sniper attacks and such....did they really need to bomb him to bits? and again what
will Israel strategy be, when a new figure step forwards to lead Hamas, will they assassinate him too?
For those who bring up the suicide bombings...I am not taking sides here, but unless we live in the shoes of a Palestinian, we can never understand
why they resort to suicide attacks.
But if Palestine had an army, missiles, tanks and weapons of conventional warfare that rival that of Israel's, they would have certainly used them
I think they resort to suicide bombings because they do not have many other options when it comes to combatting the Israeli military, so they aim for
the soft targets of civilians. Face it people, those two nations are already in a war.
terrorism has no clear definition, Israelis civilians who die see it as terrorism against them, and Palestinians who have their homes destroyed also
see it as terrorism. It all depends on which side you are on and what you choose to believe.
off on a tangent here, but society is teaching us, that if anyone disagrees with us, they are a terrorist and we should go kill them, because
terrorists all deserve to die. Forget trying to change the situation or correct the problem that causes the hatred, just kill them all. (it's truly
a sad world we live in, especially since this particular conflict is over frickin land)