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Originally posted by casinoed
reply to post by DerbyCityLights
Israeli military reactions are tantamount to a kid bloodying a bullys nose.
Interesting analogy and perhaps it depends on one's perspective. But some would argue that, to borrow your analogy, the 'bully' is a starving wee bugger forced to live as a refugee while your 'brave kid' lives in a big expensive house, takes steroids, has the biggest bully in school as his best mate....oh and a nuclear arsenal.
Originally posted by mamabeth
reply to post by casinoed
Again fair enough...
I support Israel because they are G-d's chosen people.
Salvation is to the jew first,then the gentile.
Originally posted by Atzil321
reply to post by JohhnyBGood
You are broadening the argument and subject beyond the point I was making that
collective punishment and the situation inside gaza is inhumane and morally unjustifiable.
I stand by what I said and think its a reasonable position to take on the subject. Also you
should refrain from personal attacks and insults just because someone has a different
point of view than you, this site is designed for debate after all....
Today we are surrounded by moral cowards; people who have chosen to evade choices between good and evil. Every day when they hear the news they shrivel up again like snails drawing into their shells, because moral cowardice is not a one-time thing. It a lifetime practice of shifty evasions.
Courage is a muscle that can be trained, and so is cowardice. Israel isn't the only question liberals keep dodging. Shifty evasion is how they run their lives. Ask an honest question and you'll get a shifty answer. Just watch their eyes.
Using your logic, this attack would have never happened since G-D protects his chosen people
I hope Israel turns these oxygen stealers into squidgy blobs of poo.
IDF: Situation is not final; Civilians should avoid the area; roads 10 and 12 are under military closure, reports of 40 wounded, not 30 as previously stated. Israel's Counter Terror Agency (part of the PM's office) warns Israelis not to visit Sinai.
Hamas braces for IDF retaliation Terror group vacates HQ after Barak announces Gaza to be 'severely hit' in response to terror attacks
Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu will conduct a press conference and issue a statement on today's terror attack at 7:15 PM this evening
Gaza sources: If IAF attacks Gaza,we will respond back firing missiles toward Israel
Israeli media reporting #israel knew a week ago up to 20 gunmen on their way to Sinai for attack.