You actually didn't ask me to name something Israel did wrong. You only asked me to acknowledge that they had. Which I did. I will also acknowledge that American soldiers committed crimes during WWII or any other war. No army filled with armed young people in the heightened state of conflict is going to be pristine.
However, the state of conflict exists because of Palestinian hate. If Israel were to be left to live in peace, the state of war would cease to exist and neither side would commit them. The overall blame, thus, remains on the aggressors.
And the last part of your post really just constitutes its own combination of paranoia and propaganda. You do the Palestinians a disservice excusing their behavior that, in the end, mostly hurts them. But that is the world we live in.
We've been at this for a while. I feel like we are going in circles. Although your confidence as if you live in the minds of israelis and see their desire for peace and the minds of Palestinians and their supposed hate doesn't really make much sense to me. Also putting the blame on the young soldiers instead of their command for both US and Israel is also unsettling to me. I feel as if you're so ingrained to look at it from an Israeli perspective, it makes me think you are from there. While looking at palestinians through this single, one dimensional, almost cartoonish lens is also not helping your arguments. I feel like we've both done poorly to convince the other of anything. I end this by going back to the point I started with- I just want the war, oppression, death, poverty and hate to end no matter if plaestine is left standing or Israel or neither of them. There's been enough bloodshed on both sides and enough hate and enough resentment. There's a saying in my country which roughly translates to: " You can'' clap with one hand." And it basically means something wrong doesn't happen one-sidedly. That's all I have to say and I think we should end this discussion with one final reply
Just a guy who doesn't want to be bored. Also