Israel was right. Some folks tried to pass through a blockade, and according to some laws, the blockade is just.
If the U.S. instigates a blockade on Iran, this would be bad business and illegal and a declaration of war. At least according to some opinions that
abound around the world.
Just trying to understand things here.
I understand Israel's position, not wanting weapons to be delivered to Gaza.
Maybe Gaza should declare a blockade upon Israel. No, they can't back it up, but, if aid is attempted to be passed through the blockade or anyone
else delivers anything to Israel that is not acceptable to Gaza, without the cargo being inspected, then wouldn't they be the criminals?
Would many people declare Gaza as in the right, and Israel were the baddies?
And then the world would support Israel for just wanting humanitarian aid?
How many pitifull, inaccurate rocket attacks from Gaza, that hit a carrot field, or the middle of a road, or blows a hole in the side of someone's
house does it take for Israel to let loose massive devastation upon a mostly innocent and contained peoples?
Just wondering. Is there some sort of formula or guidelines that are used?
For sure, I wouldn't want my neighbor to lob grendades at my lawn. But should I retaliate by blowing up his house and killing all within it?
Of course, I wouldn't be annexing my neighbor's mule field in the first place.