At least 160 children have died digging Hamas’s “terror tunnels” under Gaza.
The mainstream media likes to rant about Israel creating a “humanitarian crisis” in Gaza despite Israel’s extraordinary efforts avoid civilian deaths in its ongoing…
Oh please, save me your ideological dribble. So those four boys, on an openly sighted, open aired, unobstructed of vision, beach building sand castles, clearly unmistakable for terrorists, in plain sight of Israel military, due to extraordinary avoidance of civilian casualty techniques, unfortunately where directly bombed by Israelis, caught on Israeli military ordinance, was fair and just, was Israel taking charge of the terror that is Hamas? You are undeniably misinformed. Did you know, Palestinians were treated the exact same before Hamas was elected. Due to Israel human rights abuses across the board for decades drove the Gazan people to vote a scary political party like Hamas into power, and Israel are not to blame? I’m done, it’s not worth arguing with someone who believes Israel is defending itself with the masecre
First off, supporting Israel isn’t ideological. It is fact-based rational observation, not ideas or beliefs. I don’t live in Israel and I don’t have anything to gain by defending them against the onslaught of online dummies who don’t have a clue what they’re talking about.
Secondly, you really need to learn how to use punctuation. I can’t understand your point because of your run-on sentences. You get in an D- in grammar.
The IDF did take responsibility for the death of the four boys on the beach and called it “a tragic outcome" and also said, "it’s a human tragedy - children are not our targets - we do not target civilians - it defeats the object of our mission.”
On the flip side, what did Hamas say when the three Israeli teenage boys were kidnapped and murdered?
Well, Muhammad Nazal, part of Hamas’ political bureau said, “the heroic capture operation that happened will have, in my opinion, very great consequences. It is a milestone in the history of the Resistance and the Palestinian struggle - a struggle that is filled with such heroic operations. Once again, a heroic capture operation takes place, and what distinguishes it this time is that it hunted all at once three from among the Settlers’ herds and the Israeli soldiers.”
Quite the contrast, don’t you think?
I want to know what you mean by “Palestinians were treated the exact same before Hamas was elected.” What “human rights” issues? Do you even know what that term means? Don’t you think lobbing missiles over the border into random civilian sectors is a bit more of good example of a human rights violation?