First comprehensive study in Hebrew into Islamic State says Sunni group could wield more influence over Israeli Arabs and Palestinians if it takes land closer to Israel’s borders.11:08 28.11.15 | 1 comments
flashman called someone a murderer and I thought he was thinking of Meshal. This afternoon I was asking myself if I did the correct thing by calling Meshal a "murderer", although some months ago I already reproached the Palestinians of having voted for "murderers". I was asking myself if it was correct to say "murderer" because 1. the society to which I belong myself lives on its own cadavers 2. to be a murderer, from my point view, is a guilt that cannot be simply forgiven or forgot. So, once Hamas will have recognized Israel, stepped back from violence etc., I surely could not be content if a people would be governed by "murderers". Nonetheless should we then go on to look for "absolute justice", including imprisoning Meshal, no diplomatic ties to this government, if there is such a thing as "absolute justice" at all, which I doubt? As for me, who am not even living in the same land, I cannot claim to be his judge by calling him a "murderer" and I won't do that again.