Those police officers were only doing their job. It's sad to see that their families have to pay the price for the illegal settlements in the Palestinian territory. But, sry, once again this raises the question for the boundary between terrorism and righteous resistance. The police represents the occupying power and safeguards illegal settlements. And they were travelling on a road that is disciminatingly reserved for Israeli citizen only. Doesn't that make them a legal target? It's yet another tragedy that is sparked by the disastrous, illegal settlement policy of the Israeli government. When will the Israeli citizen finally revolt against these politics, which can never lead to peace, but only to more violence and sadness?
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