Biased as usual, another reason why i will not be voting for our shadow foreign secretary, I doubt he even bothered to see the state of 'schools' on the Palestinian side of the wire or if they even have any, let alone any protection from the 105mm artillery shells that were being constantly fired into highly concentrated urban space this week by the heroic Israeli military. Any one will tell you that shelling a civilian area with 105 shells is something truly barbaric - you cannot be sure of accuracy with artillery and into a built up area... words fail me. Why doesn't our honorary member of parliament look into the reasons why the these people are fighting? Could it be because Israel's government controls their electricity, water and gas - frequently cut off for days and how they keep the people in a virtual concentration camp, no employment and horrendous sanitation - if they treat people like animal are they really surprised if they act like them and fight back in any way they can? I really don't think the average Israeli even looks on a Palestinian as even human. Its disgusting and even more disgusting that the media don't say it as it is. A political solution is the answer but this must be forced upon Israel by America withholding the funding with which the entire Israeli economy is underpinned until UN recommendations are implemented.
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