'This is very serious if it's someone from our community. We roundly condemn it. It's not representative,' says local community head.16:56 07.02.16 | 0 comments
This is a man whose opinion must be respected, but nevertheless he avoids "laying blame" for political reasons, so we still don't know what he really thinks. And nowhere does he mention the role of other Arab leaders, on the one side, or Iran on the other. The bias here is to assume that if you create conditions under which life can improve in Gaza, peace will follow. But when outside forces are pouring money into the pockets of Hamas and Syria to keep the pot boiling, peace has little chance.