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Thread: U.N. General Assembly votes to blame Israel for Gaza violence

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    U.N. General Assembly votes to blame Israel for Gaza violence


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    The UN always take the side of radicals and terrorists.
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    I have no idea who is to blame. I have three Jewish friends; two are polar opposites in their perceptions, and one doesn't talk about it.

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    Israel has been shooting at unarmed civilians there for weeks. They killed a nurse recently. Shot a Canadian citizen doctor too (in the legs, he is alive, thank God).

    And Israeli UN Ambassador Haley been covering for them the whole time.
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    The UN always take the side of radicals and terrorists.
    I wish the UN would hold Hamas to their deeds when Hamas is at fault.

    There is no indication that Hamas was involved with the demonstrators being shot at the fence line.


    Israeli snipers shoot another 178 Palestinian protesters, killing three

    Israeli snipers shoot another 178 Palestinian protesters, killing three



    How far can you throw a rock? or sling shot a rock. These rock throwing demonstrators are no where close to Israeli soldiers. No where close to reaching them.

    Even if Hamas was involved in the protests...that is no reason for Israeli soldiers to shoot protesters.



    As an Officer, I Urged Soldiers Not to Shoot Demonstrators.

    Now It's Policy

    An order to shoot unarmed demonstrators is illegal, and obeying it is a criminal offense. Soldiers have an obligation to refuse
    https://www.haaretz.com/opinion/why-...tors-1.6010902







    B’Tselem to soldiers: Refuse to shoot at unarmed protestors


    Shooting unarmed protesters is illegal and a command to do so is grossly illegal





    This is one of the most aggressive moves we have seen them do. Unlike here in the US, where any public objection to Israeli policy, no matter how outrageous a policy, will get you lynched for being an anti-semite, Jewish protest groups in Israel are treated differently, where the right to protest is deemed a God-given one, for Jews anyway.

    We saw IDF snipers deployed with a lot of public fanfare to shoot unarmed Gazan protestors for the capital crime of “approaching the fence”, and their subsequent killings, including children.
    https://www.veteranstoday.com/2018/0...ed-protestors/
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    Quote Originally Posted by DebateDrone View Post
    I wish the UN would hold Hamas to their deeds when Hamas is at fault.

    There is no indication that Hamas was involved with the demonstrators being shot at the fence line.


    Israeli snipers shoot another 178 Palestinian protesters, killing three

    Israeli snipers shoot another 178 Palestinian protesters, killing three



    How far can you throw a rock? or sling shot a rock. These rock throwing demonstrators are no where close to Israeli soldiers. No where close to reaching them.

    Even if Hamas was involved in the protests...that is no reason for Israeli soldiers to shoot protesters.



    As an Officer, I Urged Soldiers Not to Shoot Demonstrators.

    Now It's Policy

    An order to shoot unarmed demonstrators is illegal, and obeying it is a criminal offense. Soldiers have an obligation to refuse
    https://www.haaretz.com/opinion/why-...tors-1.6010902







    B’Tselem to soldiers: Refuse to shoot at unarmed protestors



    https://www.veteranstoday.com/2018/0...ed-protestors/
    Israel is acting like a 3rd world shithole. Know the sorts of places I read of where they fire live ammo at protesters? India, some African countries, and some hellholes in South and Central America. And Israel. Congrats. Why they are still in things like Eurovision, is, again, beyond my understanding.

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