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Palestinian Genocide

Atualizado: 26 de out. de 2023

Hardly, under such barbaric circumstances while today’s blog talks about an online ‘Why are you stuttering’: Mohammed Hijab clashes with Piers Morgan over Israeli-Hamas war’ an interview shown on YouTube.

The italic below was my written response with enhanced text whilst links were annexed for a more informative article:

“Mohammed Hijab you should be ashamed of yourself. You clearly don't understand the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Go back to the Hebron massacre of 1929 nearly 100 years ago which clarifies Arab resentment. Getting stabbed while you are asleep by murderers! It clearly shows how Palestinian Arabs were uncooperative in accepting Jewish immigrants, those who had the right to move and live in Israel.

Palestine wasn't a country and was under Ottoman rule. The British captured Jerusalem from them in 1917. They created the Balfour Declaration (Arab source mentions 1948 ethnic cleansing of Palestine) to admit Jews who were being dislodged from Europe after the First World War. In 1922 the League of Nations (now UN) agreed with it and Jews were invited. 75,000 between 1922 and 1926. Then more! After World War Two the English wanted to allow 15,000 a year, but the USA pushed for 100,000 being allowed in because of the dire circumstances of the war.

Although it would be inconvenient for Arabs living in the area, law is law so they should have lowered their guard and lived together in peace. However, that never was the case. Many Arabs have always fought against a Jewish state, so Israel has a right to protect itself. If Arabs had been more abiding and understanding we wouldn't have the situation today.

You don't acknowledge how Hamas, the Palestinian representative massacred 100s of innocent people on Saturday 7th October, and then you try to turn the cards and blame Israel who have a right to defend themselves by declaring war to obliterate the terrorist group.

By your attitude you clearly live by their standards, agree with jihad, and quite frankly are a disgrace. You are one of the worst guests Piers Morgan has invited to his show. You are aggressive and one sided irrespective of how it all started.”

None of us like the fact Israel’s IDF are bombing in the Gaza strip, and that innocent citizens including children are killed. However, Israel has declared war in retrospect of Saturday 7th October mass murder, a principle that Hamas is set on.

Victims of war are unfortunate casualties that cannot be avoided, especially so, as Israel gave several days warning for the north residents to move to the south while fighting goes on to destroy Hamas. Obviously, it isn’t ideal, but then under the circumstances, it would have been the best procedure.

The blame game highlights genocide, but hardly as the IDF didn’t enter the Gaza Strip, capture Palestinians, and line them up by a mass grave and kill them. It just wasn’t like that! Palestinians under Hamas have been out to cause conflict (source from 2019 explains), but then the vast majority have always been against a Jewish state. In this day and age this is pure racism.

Have a heart and see the bigger picture. (D. Trump’s administrative plan to help Palestinians). It is clear to see Israel has made massive improvements in the region. They allowed Palestinians to stay, but clearly law abiding and peaceful ones. They even provide the Gaza Strip with electricity and water. They have even cultivated agricultural land while increasing work opportunities for Arabs.

Fanatic Palestinians encourage a bitterness towards Jews in Israel and have done so for over a hundred years. Some Palestinian schools teach the children to fight against the infidels. All this has contributed to why Israel has had to take a stance.

Have a great day!

Prof. Carl Boniface

Vocabulary builder:

Bitterness (n) = resentment, unpleasantness, anger, animosity, hostility

Infidels (n) = unbeliever, a nasty way of referring to someone who does not follow the same religion you do. A person who does not believe in religion or who adheres to a religion other than one's own. "A crusade against infidels and heretics." (heretics = misbelievers, cynics, skeptics)

Stance (n) = posture, attitude, position, stand, view

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