The issue isn't "Why do the Palestinians resort to rioting for the past 100 years and hope for different results each time" or "how come Israelis do not express their frustrations by taking to the streets and attacking Arabs" but "If Israel does not perform expec the Arabs to riot, without questioning whether rioting is acceptable or not. Its not...it fueled Jewish extremism for 100 years and has done a lot to create the political environment whereby Israelis do not view Palestinians as neighbors but as a security risk...if the Palestinians want a state and expect Israel to graciously embrass it, then rioting sure as hell has proven a poor way of going after it.
Syrian troops sieze village above rebel-held parts of Aleppo (Reuters)
from the article: Spiraling clashes on Nakba Day could set West Bank alight
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