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BANGKOK 21 March 2019 08:12
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Palestinian stabs U.S.-Israeli citizen to death at West Bank mall

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20 minutes ago, bert bloggs said:

if they had  just got off their backsides years ago and worked to build a better country like the Israal did then perhaps we would not have had these problems . But all they have ever done is moan moan and fight . 

You forgot , they also spent countless hours to teach and brainwash the youngster as most of this attacks are carried out by either teenagers or early 20’s

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6 hours ago, OneMoreFarang said:

Somehow you forgot to mention how often Israeli soldiers wound and kill unarmed Palestinians.

Obviously it would be great if they all live peacefully together. But I have to admit I can understand when many Palestinians get really angry by the way they are treated. They are more or less in the situation where they have nothing to lose. And people who have nothing to lose fight back any way they can.

Think about how you would react if someone would kick you out of your home, then treat you like $#it and laugh at you. And they get away with it. How would you react?

 

More nonsense. Palestinians attack unarmed Israelis as well. That's apparently game. Israelis doing so, though, a big no no. As for "nothing to lose" - I'd venture the assailant's house would be demolished  - and regardless of the stupidity of such an action, it sort of blows your argument away. Similarly, had parents felt they had nothing to lose, they wouldn't have tried to report to the authorities. But hey, slogans are cool.

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6 hours ago, howbri said:

Too much lame-stream media for you obviously. It's Israel who wants to live in peace and the jihadists keep bombing and killing the Jews and don't really want peace. 

 

That is not true. The current Israeli government cannot be said to be interested in peace. Not in any meaningful way. And it's not as if all previous Israeli governments were up for that, or that even all offers made had political and public backing.

 

Both sides often claim to want "peace". What they actually mean is "a peace". As in a peace tailored to their respective goals and narrative. Yes, there are more reasonable, pro-peace voices on the Israeli side, but that doesn't mean they are in a position to affect such, or that even all of their concepts of "peace" are acceptable to the majority of Palestinians.

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