You can strongly disagree as much as you like. The power of peace is, and always has been in Palestinian hands. Settlements? Sheesh.
As for the US being the only country to stand for Israel at the UN. That tells you more about the UN and the world than it does about Israel. They live in an impossible situation and their biggest offense is not refusing to die quietly this time. As I said in my first post, the greatest crime against humanity that can be committed in the eyes of this world is to be a Jew and defend your home.
You're hypocritical considering you're arguing that the non-Jewish Palestinians shouldn't be allowed to defend their homes from the invaders.
Most of the Jewish people in Israel are foreigners who had land given to them by a militant colonial power simply based on their religion. All of the Palestinians are native to the region, having roots in the land that span back to times when they were the original Jewish population, and even before that; thousands of years. Now 5.2 million of them are without homes because of this Israeli Crusader Kingdom.
Basically, if you are a Jewish Palestinian, then they allow you to stay, but if you are not Jewish, they kick you out of your home, forcing you into a life of poverty and starvation.Last edited by Jumpin - on 24 July 2018
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