|Quoting Aad665 (Reply 5):|
But the only problem is Israel has not declared any war!
Insurrance point of vue...it is not a war.
This is one of those subtle nuances of the English language...there is a difference between an "Act of War", which is a term of art and a declared war.
I can't find a definition of "act of war" on the Internet, let alone a good one, but my general understanding is that an "Act of War" is essentially any hostile act that would be expected during a war. (Someone please give a better definition...Even I think this could be a bit clearer)
Thus, even though Isreal may not have taken the formal step of declaring war, they are bombing things and generally conducting themselves as if it was a war -- so, for example, intentonally bombing an airports runways would be considered an "Act of War"
I'm sure someone can clean this up and make it more clear, but that's the gist of it.
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