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    Whats wrong with that? I would if for example scotland controlled nearly EVERY aspect of my life, humilated me, arrested me for no reason and assaulted me unprovoked.

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    And 95% of Israelis according to polls support the Israeli murder of the Palestinian men, women and children. You can't rationally blame prisoners for hating their oppressors or blame the victim for hating the bully.


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    Well, we all know who the first to break the ceasefire will be, even without that poll.
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    (Original post by Reptilian)
    And 95% of Israelis according to polls support the Israeli murder of the Palestinian men, women and children. You can't rationally blame prisoners for hating their oppressors or blame the victim for hating the bully.


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    ^this
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    (Original post by al_94)
    What Genocide of Jews? The Zionist terrorists are dropping bombs on the people of Gaza every day. They are causing a genocide of Palestinians. They want the Palestinians to give up and leave the land so that they can live in the land alone.

    As for you RadicalAtheist you should change your name to RadicalZionist that suits you better.
    I think you will find the exchange of rockets always starts with Hamas and th IDF retaliate. The IDF send warnings ahead of time to keep civilian casualties low, although that has failed.

    They are firing rockets back at Palestine. You know, a country ran by what the UK, US, UN and most of the EU proclaim to be terrorists. Don't blame Israel, blame the Hamas terrorist group for starting it.
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    Of course they do, wouldn't you want missiles to be fired at a country if it was always oppressing the UK and killing thousands of British people, some of who may even be friends and relatives?
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    (Original post by severusswerve)
    I think you will find the exchange of rockets always starts with Hamas and th IDF retaliate. The IDF send warnings ahead of time to keep civilian casualties low, although that has failed.

    They are firing rockets back at Palestine. You know, a country ran by what the UK, US, UN and most of the EU proclaim to be terrorists. Don't blame Israel, blame the Hamas terrorist group for starting it.
    Except for the fact that the entire past 7 weeks started because the IDF jumped the gun with the arrests over those teenagers murders. 100's arrested illegally when there was no proof Hamas even had any part of it...can't really blame them for retaliating :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Sic semper erat)
    "Hamas leader admits militants abducted slain Israeli teens"

    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/08/22/wo...s-death-hamas/

    " :rolleyes: "
    Given that it was not approved or even passed through their higher-ups you cannot reasonably deduce that Hamas committed the kidnapping - they knew about as much about it as the Israelis.
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    (Original post by severusswerve)
    I think you will find the exchange of rockets always starts with Hamas and th IDF retaliate. The IDF send warnings ahead of time to keep civilian casualties low, although that has failed.

    They are firing rockets back at Palestine. You know, a country ran by what the UK, US, UN and most of the EU proclaim to be terrorists. Don't blame Israel, blame the Hamas terrorist group for starting it.
    Yet the Palestinians have nowhere to go?? Like they don't allow them to move so yeah they 'warn' them but they can't escape?
    Also Israel have been taking over Palestine's land for years now, if you look at the UN maps from when it was divided Israel has illegally invaded Palestine and killed many innocent people. The death rates of the Palestinians is much higher.
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    (Original post by Chindits)
    A vast majority of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip – 88.9 percent - are in favor of rocket fire on Israel, a new poll shows, while 61 percent say they would not want United Nations forces in the Strip.




    Religion of peace™

    A really peaceful people this lot :rolleyes:

    Makes you want to give them a state :rolleyes:
    Oh my you racist 89% is a small minority!

    I dont support Israel. I dont support Palestine. I think both countries need to STFU and sit their asses down!
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    (Original post by severusswerve)
    I think you will find the exchange of rockets always starts with Hamas and th IDF retaliate. The IDF send warnings ahead of time to keep civilian casualties low, although that has failed.

    They are firing rockets back at Palestine. You know, a country ran by what the UK, US, UN and most of the EU proclaim to be terrorists. Don't blame Israel, blame the Hamas terrorist group for starting it.
    Hamas didn't start it, the Zionists have left thousands of Palestinians without clean water for months and also their fishing zone which is supposed to be 12 miles has been limited to only 3 miles. These are some of the reasons why they fire rockets.
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    (Original post by Chindits)
    My thoughts exactly.

    They voted in to power an internationally proscribed terrorist group with the destruction of Israel and genocide of the Jews in their charter.

    89% support rocket fire.

    And they have the audacity to cry foul when Israel defends itself against their incessant attacks. :rolleyes:
    (Original post by Radicalathiest)
    then 89% can't complain when the strip is reduced to rubble
    Somehow I don't think the children being killed by the bombings took part in this vote. Hamas and Israel both have blood on their hands.
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    Support for the Iraq war was about 50% in 2003, despite the fact that Iraq caused no harm to Britain. It's hardly surprising that the percentage is so high in a country under attack.
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    (Original post by severusswerve)
    I think you will find the exchange of rockets always starts with Hamas and th IDF retaliate. The IDF send warnings ahead of time to keep civilian casualties low, although that has failed.

    They are firing rockets back at Palestine. You know, a country ran by what the UK, US, UN and most of the EU proclaim to be terrorists. Don't blame Israel, blame the Hamas terrorist group for starting it.
    Israel occupied Gaza for 20 years before Hamas even existed. And before someone inevitably claims this, no the occupation has not ended. The blockade is still in place, and Palestine still has no state. This constitutes an occupation.
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    (Original post by Darkwarrior23)
    Of course they do, wouldn't you want missiles to be fired at a country if it was always oppressing the UK and killing thousands of British people, some of who may even be friends and relatives?
    Ah yes, that old chestnut.

    Israel leaves Gaza and the rockets INCREASED.
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    Funny how just over a year ago, polls showed most were opposed to rocket fire: http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Pol...tinians-309372

    Maybe, just maybe the IDF destruction turned more Gazans to support them? Wild theory I know.:rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Fenrirs_space)
    100's arrested illegally when there was no proof Hamas even had any part of it...can't really blame them for retaliating :rolleyes:
    Yet Hamas have since admitted that they carried it out :rolleyes:
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    after everything israel done, you cant seriously expect palestinians to love them?
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    (Original post by King Hotpie)
    Somehow I don't think the children being killed by the bombings took part in this vote. Hamas and Israel both have blood on their hands.
    You're right they do

    but only one side had a victory parade

    now the question is if they see what happened as a victory who are we to say otherwise?
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    (Original post by Chindits)
    Ah yes, that old chestnut.

    Israel leaves Gaza and the rockets INCREASED.
    Act of revenge/justice?

    Would Great Britain have left Hitler if he suddenly surrendered?

    I do not know about you but if rockets from another country killed my family or friends I wouldn't let them get away with it... surely its part of the human nature to want revenge
 
 
 
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