You draw comparison between mass murder campaign of Hamas and Islamic Jihad and the mass murder commited by an individual. The crime of Baruch Goldstein was condemned by all Israeli society and I myself participated in a demonstration against this terror attack in that sad Purim. No, of course, Israel did not expel the Hebron Jewish residents, as Israel doesn't expect Palestinians to expel entire villages from where terrorists came: many are not responsible for the actions of few. The political issue of the settlements is the final status issue, as stated in Oslo agreements. While the issue of fighting terror and dismantling the private armies is the one of intermediate period. As the result of Baruch Goldstein attack, Israel ceded control over bigger part of Hebron to the PA, leaving only areas, populated by Jews at its control. Your attempt to excuse Palestinian organized campaign of mass murder and the failure of PA to honour its commitments by act of an individual, is immoral.
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