With Israel cornering civilians into bombing raids with no safe place to flee, how long is it before we can call it a massacre? With UN camps and relief supplies shelled worse than a minor league pitcher, how long is it until we call it a war crime?
How long is it until people draw the connection between the violence that Israel is leveling on Gaza and the political motivations of the upcoming elections and call it what it is defined as: terrorism?
These are all rhetorical questions and I am sure that the most cynical answers are the probably the most correct.
Well when Hamas stop shooting from UN warehouses <-- I don't believe that one either
How about when Hamas stops firing rockets into Israel ? and don't give me that garbage about what happen 60 years ago either , its done it happened , time to move on or reflect in the past and continue to kill each other
You are posing the right questions, and fortunately, this latest round of Israeli massacre seems to have affected world opinion. Finally.
Now, if only the official media were to start telling the whole story. I wrote a letter to Der Spiegel a few days ago, because when reporting about the Gaza attack, they used the term "radikal islamistisch" each and every time they named Hamas. That's ridiculous, because the Palestinian plight has absolutely nothing to do with religion, and lumping these people together with Al Qaida, is blatant misinformation. Perhaps, if they also write "radical Zionist State of Israel" there's be a balance.
But I have the feeling that people are finally getting to the point of understanding that Israel's way of dealing with conflicts will NEVER result in a peace.
"Humor ist, wenn man trotzdem lacht" (Humour means laughing despite of it)
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