Ullie, its a deep contradiction to see the word "peace' and justifications for war after it. Peace for Israel has been a political tool to prolong the Palestinian cause , no more and no less. If they are God's chosen people , I wonder how they enter the houses in my refugee camp brazenly to kidnap children, I wonder how the settlers (they are part of the so called "chosen people"), shot children and innocent people. Israeli forces have been provoking Gazans since too long by their drones and strikes. What you need to look at is the purposes behind this operation on Gaza. Israeli government's purposes are economics and elections. They want to destroy the economy in Gaza after Qataris' visit and Netanyahou wants to show his "chosen" people that he can protect and save their security. Now, guess who plays with the people souls to feed his interests? Guess who uses people lives as a part of his elections? How easy was your comment and how provoking was it!! May the souls of the innocent people rest in peace. And huh, Palestinians will stay here until the last breath. And, don't talk under the name of God, because mine is yours even though our religions differ, and He doesn't justify killing. I don't support Hamas but I have deep and strong belonging to this land and the Palestinian people. And this story of "using children as human shields" is part of your media game, go and look for the truth and you will find how wrong you are. And, concerning peace, Mahmoud Abbas and his government did their best and gave up so many things in order to achieve peace while your government has been building settlements and attacking Palestinians as a response.
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