reply to post by Crakeur
But then again, I suppose its ok for Israel to cut of aid to the Palastinian people?
And who... Well, those who can, think that the only way they can show any kind of retaliation to this suppression is that the militant groups are
attacking, what's seen in their eyes, their 'Oppresors.'
The militants may not realise THEY ARE shooting their-selfs in the foot, but out of their belife, and at their Protest they carry out there rocket
And as I also said in the rest of my post, their actions are the actions of a minority of militants, and are NOT the actions of the Majority.
And now, the death of the farm worker, is a catalyst to the increasing tension in the region. And is deply regretful, yet, the old 'EYE FOR A EYE'
ploy card is pulled and the F-15 do their dirty deeds, probably in 'overkill' due to their superior weapons.
And as I also said previously, all this on a day when a EU delegate is in Palastine, who's there to try and help negotiate and free up restrictions
on the Palastinian people, so that they can get more precious AID, which is given to them by the EU.
And whys this important?
Its important because a delegation hasn't been aloud into the country for a while due to Israel saying NO.
Yeah, if the militants where smart, theyd stop using their rockets and sit tight whilst they starve to death and negotiations can start and put the
Ball in Israels court as the rest of the world watches their reaction.
How-ever, that hasn't happend, and now its back to the usual regional chaos.
I hope negotiations do continue and this dosnt snowball into an avalanche of war, but maybe then again, it might..