Meh. Even assuming that the cases aren't fabricated, that's just what happens when the Palestinians insist on trying to murder innocent people.
parados wrote:oralloy wrote:The only deviation from reality is that you left out that many of the supposed Palestinian deaths are fictitious.
Sure they do... just because you say so but present no evidence of it.
I don't keep a ready list of cites to all the times the Palestinians have been busted fabricating death claims.
And their lies have been busted so many times that I shouldn't need to.
And also notice the number of Israelis killed are only about 10% of the Palestinians killed. But does 10% only count when you want it to?
oralloy wrote:Meh. Even assuming that the cases aren't fabricated, that's just what happens when the Palestinians insist on trying to murder innocent people.
And now you are arguing that the Israelis are manufacturing Palestinian deaths.
If reality doesn't fit
I suppose in your world this was justified oralloy because Israeli civilians would never do such a thing unprovoked.
translation here -
And then of course, this didn't happen in your world
So Israelis kill almost 10 times as many Palestinians but the Isrelis are justified to kill Palestinians because the Palestinians are always trying to kill the Israelis.
Talk about cognitive dissonance on your part oralloy.
It's amazing how you change facts in that case.
A case in which the IDF came to one conclusion and independent human rights investigations came to the opposite conclusion. And yet you want to claim a 10 year old told a TV crew to film her acting as if it was Israelis?
You are despicable oralloy.
There's plenty of evidence of pragmatism, the current Egyptian president is a fine example.
Hamas are seeing him as a role model.
At the end of the day, the real barrier to peace is the illegal construction of settlements on occupied land.
The settlers are the real fanatics.
Almost. What she told the TV crew to do was: film her pretending to search for her dad and then pretending to collapse in grief when she found his body.
other than her fake wail of grief of course)
I think the desire to obliterate would be pretty high, that doesn't mean that people can't put pragmatism over the desire for revenge
No it doesn't but what evidence is there that the Palestinians have done so?
There's plenty of evidence of pragmatism, the current Egyptian president is a fine example. Hamas are seeing him as a role model.