Israel renewed its air raids on the Gaza Strip after a Palestinian rocket bombardment left an Egyptian truce proposal the Israelis accepted in tatters.
Hamas, the militant movement that controls Gaza, said it wasn’t consulted on the Egyptian plan, and its military wing rejected it. Within six hours, the cease-fire efforts crumbled after Gaza militants barraged Israel with 50 rockets, according to the Israeli army’s count. The renewed attack left one Israeli dead, the first in eight days of fighting, while more than 190 Palestinians have been killed by Israel.
The failed truce heightened the possibility that Israel, which has mobilized 38,000 reservists, would send ground forces into Gaza. “Hamas leaves us no choice but to respond,” Netanyahu said at a press conference in Tel Aviv late yesterday. “We will not stop until we have rid Israel of the threats.” Earlier in the day he said that if Hamas doesn’t accept the truce, “Israel will have the international legitimacy to broaden the military offensive.”
Quote:Of course, there are going to be Palestinians militant enough to oppose their oppression with violence.
Then why is there such crying when their violence in met with greater but better focus violence?
They might try working peacefully with Israel after failing to achieved must in generations but for far more suffering of their own people then the Israel people.
Palestinians do not have equal rights in Israel. They can't even travel freely in Israel.
The number of innocent Palestinian children killed by the Jews vs Israeli children killed by the Palestinians is the proof
Nor can Mexicans in the US South West travel freely but maybe we should give back the south west and California by your logic.
The Mexicans who were living in California at the time it became part of the USA were granted American citizenship. The Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza Strip when Israel invaded are pretty much stateless.
The Mexicans who were living in California at the time it became part of the USA were granted American citizenship
The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was a bonanza for the United States. Not since the Louisiana Purchase had so much new territory been added to the USA. It would not be long before thousands of settlers began making their way to the new lands. To make things even sweeter, gold was discovered in California shortly thereafter: the new land would pay for itself almost immediately. Sadly, those articles of the treaty which guaranteed the rights of Mexicans and Native Americans living in the ceded lands were often ignored by Americans moving west: many of them lost their lands and rights and some weren't officially given citizenship until decades later.
They move out of Israel proper in 1948
The Deir Yassin massacre took place on April 9, 1948, when around 120 fighters from the Irgun Zevai Leumi and Lohamei Herut Israel Zionist paramilitary groups attacked Deir Yassin near Jerusalem, a Palestinian Arab village of roughly 600 people. The assault occurred as Jewish militia sought to relieve the blockade of Jerusalem by Palestinian forces during the civil war that preceded the end of British rule in Palestine.
Around 107 villagers were killed during and after the battle for the village, including women and children—some were shot, while others died when hand grenades were thrown into their homes. Several villagers were taken prisoner and may have been killed after being paraded through the streets of West Jerusalem, though accounts vary. Four of the attackers died, with around 35 injured. The killings were condemned by the leadership of the Haganah—the Jewish community's main paramilitary force—and by the area's two chief rabbis. The Jewish Agency for Israel sent Jordan's King Abdullah a letter of apology, which he rebuffed.
They were driven out.
heir self-esteem, jobs, and freedom to travel in their own country.
Sadly, those articles of the treaty which guaranteed the rights of Mexicans and Native Americans living in the ceded lands were often ignored by Americans moving west: many of them lost their lands and rights and some weren't officially given citizenship until decades later.
A lot of people try to reason with JTT. I tried it for years before putting him on ignore.
Quote:They were driven out.
Bullshit as you can find all kind of examples of bad behaviors on both sides but millions was not driven out but follow the advice of Arab nations to leave Israel until the five or six armies of those nations could drive the Jews into the sea,
tQuote:heir self-esteem, jobs, and freedom to travel in their own country.
They ruin their own damn economic by forcing Israel not to allow free trade and movement of workers and goods into and out of Israel due to terrorism.