Israel’s Disproportionate Response

Many countries and world leaders have accused Israel of responding disproportionately to aggression from Hizballah in Lebanon and Hamas in Gaza. However, it is time that the world press and media speak of another disproportionate response from Israel.

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2 thoughts on “Israel’s Disproportionate Response

  1. So, the argument is … it’s okay to kill Palestinian schoolkids as long as you help Haitians?

    Where, exactly, does one balance the scale for how many humanitarian acts are required to offset war crimes?


  2. Killing Palestinian Children??

    Israel goes out of its way not to harm citizens but when its citizens are bombarded daily they respond and go after the terrorists.

    Answer this question – if your neighbourhood was bombarded daily with rockets from a group that send rockets from schoolyards and hide within communities what would you do? move? keep asking them to stop and do nothing?

    When Israeli completely gave control of Gaza to the Palestinians there were promises that there will be no more attacks into Israel from Gaza:

    Instead Gaza became a closer launching pad and reached into highly populated cities and they have since intentionally aimed for schools and where citizens are.

    They hide behind their citizens and attack Israeli citizens and when Israel responds they cry “look at the Israeli monsters they are killing our children.”

    You need to see the facts – read the following:

    * Blockading the Truth: Getting the facts straight on the ‘Gaza Siege’-

    “in the year 2009 alone, Israel allowed for703, 224 tons of humanitarian aid and 105,600,128 liters of fuel to be delivered into the Gaza Strip following Operation Cast Lead… Over 22, 893 humanitarian aid trucks entered into Gaza throughout 2009”-
    Read more-

    * Worst Rocket Escalation to Strike Israel Since Operation Cast Lead-

    ” Since Operation Cast Lead, over 306 rockets have been fired from the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip. On Sunday, January 10, Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu told cabinet ministers that he regarded the recent escalation of rocket attacks very seriously.
    Read more-

    * Follow up to Operation Cast Lead: A Summary of Statistics-

    * SMC in Canada’s National Post: Daily Threat of Kassam Rockets Cripples Sderot-

    “We are the bomb-shelter capital of the world,” proclaimed Mr. Bedein, who launches a cross-Canada tour with a speaking engagement at York University today.
    “It is so fragile. It’s just a matter of time before this entire region is under rocket fire,” he added. “You know the first lesson of criminology is silence.
    “Everyone knows when there is silence the other side is getting prepared, getting ready for the next escalation.”
    Read more-


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