KM stop the malarkey already and admit once and for all in your limited thinking you are a Jewish bigot! Everything that comes out of your mouth I read is about Israel being a aggressive country and a agitator against Palestine and their people.Enough is enough.
No the point is that the dispossessed are allowed to use force to regain their property but not the other way around. Imagine for example I wanted to take a slice or two of my neighbours land, Stan Bwek, knowing that because he was a disabled old codger he couldn't do anything about it. Well, if he started lobbing rubbish over the fence in protest causing me great inconvenience and I sent my sons over to give him a bloody good hiding - I'd be in the wrong, I believe, because I shouldn't be trying to grab his land in the first place.
Senility setting in? You've tried that metaphor already and had your ass handed to you for attempting to play head games.
Two wrongs never make a right, and the issue of whose land it really is has never been fully, inarguably, and enforceably settled. So when your terrorist idols stop lobbing rockets into civilian populations and bombing busses full of women and children — and then bombing the EMTs who come to the victims' aid — you can rightfully whine about Israel's actions. Hamas has shown itself to be as resistant — if not more so — as Israel to a diplomatic solution.
Until then, please shove your rubbish, and your imaginary garden, and any fictional old codgers as far up your ass as possible. But first, remove your head to make extra room.
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