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    Israel"s collective punnishment.


    So three Israeli teenagers were killed by unknown assailants.  Instead of investigating who was involved hunt them down and bring them to justice, the Israeli government decided to blame Hamas.  In typical fashion they proceeded to collectively punish the entire Palestinian population, with air strikes.  Yes yes, I know, they are only targeting militants, it just doesn’t matter how many innocent women and children gets killed in the process.  They are targeting “Militants.”

    In retaliation to the killings of the three teens, an innocent 15 year old Palestinian boy was kidnapped, tortured and burned to death.  Now, you would think that Jews would be a little more sensitive to burning people alive.  Unfortunately, sadly, it is not the case.  Now we are seeing video of two police officers, who are supposed to protect and serve, mercilessly beating a 15 year old boy in the name of law enforcement.  Naturally, the Muslim community is enraged.

    40,000 reserves has been called up to further escalate the situation which will threaten to a full scale war in the region.  Obviously, the President will be expected to defend Israel, which will undoubtedly drag us into another military conflict.  Every time the two sides walk away from the peace process, there is more bloodshed.  It is time for America to stop wasting the taxpayers time and money with people who don’t peace. 

    All my rights in America are reserved.

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