Yes, but there is always a trade-off. In the 20th and 21st century, in the Middle East, "Jews" (actually Israelis) have blown up more houses in Palestine (including Jerusalem) and taken the occupants of many more hostage (i.e. hijacked houses under the pretext of using them as lookout stations) than anybody else. Many more houses have been blown up or hijacked by Israelis than planes have been blown up by "Arabs". Just read Israel's own human rights associations reports for evidence. I'm not sure I really have a point other than, yet again, to remind your side that you have no moral superiority in this conflict.
Turkish ruling party preparing to replace PM Davutoglu, say officials (Reuters)
from the article: Colored tags for Arabs' luggage at Ben Gurion airport discontinued
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