Hamas has all but admitted to shooting rockets into Israel from heavily populated civilian areas.
Now that the truth is out, I wonder what the world press and the UN will do?
Will they follow the business as usual path and ignore the facts?
Or will they what is right and honorable? Will we be seeing apologies from the world press and the UN? Will the UN revoke the accusations of war crime and human rights violations against Israel? Will they finally pull their heads out from their asses and finally take away the billions of dollars that Hamas receives in international aid that goes to building bombs and tunnels instead of homes, schools and hospitals?
World, you have the facts in front of you. Now what are you going to do?
I finally get it. You would think that it would be obvious all along, but I’ve finally realized the truth.
The world and UN ( whom I consider to be useless at this point) specifically has extreme tunnel vision when it comes to how they react to what is happening around them.
When ISIS executes American journalist James Foley, it’s like hearing crickets. No response, no outrage, no protest, no catchy hash tag that everyone on social media uses. Nada. Nothing.
But when Israel is simply trying to defend on herself from a neighbor whose everything in life is to destroy Israeli property and murder Israeli citizens, then the reactions start fast and furious.
I would like to remind you that this neighbor will say and do anything to get the press and the rest of the world in their corner. Including having citizens lying under body bags who move while they are they unaware that they are being filmed.
The late, great, Golda Meir once said the following:
“Peace will come to the Middle East when the Arabs love their children more than they hate us.”
Maybe’ll you’ll get it now.
Here we go again.
Another conflict between the Israeli’s and the Palestinians. More buildings destroyed. More lives lost. More people who must bury their loved ones.
Israel is not the perfect. The government and the citizens are made of imperfect humans who have made mistakes and will make mistakes.
I’m going to ask you to watch the two videos below.
The first video below is a recording of Israel’s Ambassador to the UN, Ron Prosor.
The second is a Palestinian children television program.
One of the songs from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic musical, South Pacific is called “Carefully Taught”. Though the musical made it’s debut in a post World War II, pre-Civil Rights era America, the lyrics about teaching your children to hate your neighbor because they are different still resonate after 60+ years.
I’m not here to change anyone else’s opinion about Israel, whatever it maybe. I’m only asking to you watch the videos,to not believe everything the media says and make up your own mind.