Dear Alicia, honestly, I would be willing to blame the Palestinians for a lot, but I can't really blame Palestinian kids for having celebrated after 9/11. Apart from the dozens of U.S. vetoes against the Palestinians (often 14-1 decisions) in the U.N., if my, or one of my friends brother/ sister/mother/father would have been killed or wounded by an Israeli rocket made in the U.S., I would have "celebrated" too on 9/11. Everybody who says that he wouldn't, is either a bloody hypocrite or a saint. It's unfortunate, but that's the way human beings work. That again doesn't take anything away from the wrong culture of solving problems by violence instead of verbal means, which has unfortunately become part of the Arab (and thereby also Palestinian) world of today.
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