Discussion in 'Middle East' started by zalekbloom, May 16, 2018 at 6:37 AM.
Gaza is not fit for living in. 70% of the people of Gaza are refugees from Israel. Just over the fence is their homeland. They by International Law have a right to return. They are caged in a prison with no hope. That was what their march was about. Them returning home. They chose to remind the world both of what life is like for them and of where their homeland is and that legally they have the right to return. The world saw. Now, I must go to look after those grandchildren.
And of course you always ignore the reason why both Israel and Egypt closed the borders.
Blood money? I think Hamas again showed how they care for Palestinian people. They ordered them to break the border fence, to put Israeli fields on fire, to burn the checkpoint through which food and medicine is delivered to Gaza and now they refuse to accept medications. I'll bet Hamas leader don't need any medications - they stayed at home during demonstrations - smart move.
Alexa - would you too refuse a help for your family from a neighbors who shoot at your family tried to destroy they home?
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