But apparently you cling to the Palestinian entitlement policy of baby killing. There is no such thiing as 'legitimate armed resistance' to murder men women and children. In 57 years, the Arab world still holds fast to the ideology that Israel does not deserve to exist, and that the Jews do not have a legitimate right to a homeland. As I have stated before, the practices of the occupation are caustic. That's a term not usually associated with ignorance. I'm well aware of the suffering faced by the Palestinian population. But in a 100 year conflict, I don't absolve one side. It takes two parties to have a war, or in this case many parties given the support provided by the Arab states. The unwillingness to confront the violence used in the quest for Palestinian nationalism runs deep, as seen by your comments and those of the Algerian UN representative. You push for Palestinian rights, while rationalizing the absence of any Palestinian or larger Arab responsibility. The two go hand in hand. If one is able to voice a concern for independence, one can equally voice a concern over the course of how its pursued.
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from the article: The IDF rules in the hospitals, too