i was thinking the same thing. The case has been ongoing and still has not been decided. There was no reason for the current escalation by Hamas
The only reason the case is not decided was due to a last minute intervention. Even so, Israeli forces escalated the situation by storming the Al-Aqsa mosque. Why do they do that when the protests were relatively harmless (throwing rocks at Israeli police dressed to the nines in combat gear warrants an attack?)
It's clear that Israel, or more correctly Benjamin Netanyahu wanted
the escalation in order to shore his flagging support. Let's not forget that if he's not in government, he will be up to face charges of corruption. He's doing his damnedest to cling on to his PM position, even courting far right parties. I mean with leaders like Itamar Ben-Gvir, is it any surprise that there's escalation in the situation?
The Abraham accords came about because several “moderate “ Arab states came to the realization that relations with Israel even with disagreements would be potentially more beneficial than continued hatred.
You mean the spineless Arab nations who care more about the American dollar instead of standing up for what's right?
1- perhaps some of the original refugees still left could return. But not six generations worth. Of course since everyone would like to wipe Israel out why not do it demographically?
How convenient, just drag it until there all the original refugees are dead and you can argue that there's no need to return the land!
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