And what of these innocent "civilians" attacking the Jewish people with these suicide bombings, cba?
One question for you. You know how New York City has areas (such as Harlem) with poverty and misery. What else do those areas have? High-crime rate. The high-crime rate is as a result from the poverty and the misery of the people.
Similar situation in Israel. Now I hate killing of any kind from any side. Like I said in several of my posts, I want to live in a world full of peace where there is no need for a weapon, tanks, missles, bombs, or any of man's creations that kill and destroy.
The Palestinians are miserable. They've been miserable for the past 60 years living under occupation and oppression.
The Israeli's have not offered a deal to the Palestinians that is NEAR fair enough. Think of America before 1776. The colonists were trying to free themselves from British control. We fought a war to have that.
Palestinians are fighting a war by unfortunately targetting civilians (which is bad). They are angry, so they let out all there anger at once by strapping a bomb to themselves and blowing themselves up infront of civilians.
However do not say that the Israeli's are the only victims. Each day the Palestinians suffer MUCH worse pain and violence than the Israeli's do every day. Not only that, but Israel uses F-16s, and Apache helicopters against civilian targets. They force people out of there homes, and buldoze them down.
Have you seen what's happened to Jenin? It's been basically destroyed. There are very few buildings standing like they were before the Israeli attack.
Have you ever seen Palestinians destroy an entire city? I don't think so.
My post is not justifying violent actions from the Palestinian side. My post is showing you that the Palestinians suffer 10 times more than the Israeli civilian's do each day.
So don't tell me "And what of these innocent "civilians" attacking the Jewish people with these suicide bombings". You're making it sound as if the Israeli's are the only victims and the Palestinian's aren't suffering a bit.
"Generosity is giving more than you can, and pride is taking less than you need." - Khalil Gibran