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    Posted July 27, 2014 by
    Siddique
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    Chicago, Illinois
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    Israel-Gaza conflict

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    Odor of Death kills any hope for permanent Peace

     

    People of Israel are not being helped by actions of Natanyahu’s regime neither Hamas actions are noteworthy. People of Israel and Palestine are victims of tyranny of their governments and organized terrorist groups. They are hopeless and disappointed because no peaceful solution is insight. People are tired of being oppressed and deceived from their so called “political leaders” and their apathetic excuses and bogus claims of patriotism.

     

    More than half a century, rest of world has witnessed the bloodshed and destruction of two societies with remarkably similar culture due to land conflict and religious indifferences. Innocent families and children are paying the ultimate price and experiencing never ending grief, anger and fear. In reality, when members of a society are defenseless, scared, displaced, hungry, and continue to loose love ones then it may not leave them any other choice to be played in the hands of dictators and terrorist organizations.

     

    So, why there are no consensus among leaders of Israel and Palestine thus far, are there outside forces in action which are benefiting greatly from the longest running regional dispute? Or will the never ending conflicts continue until a certain religious institution gain the ultimate guardianship of the centuries old sacred religious sites?

    Until there is end to tyrannical injustice, I suggest that United Nations install multinational peace keeping force among borders of Israel and Palestine, so the people from both sides may live in tranquility.

     

    With negation and despair, my wondering thoughts wonders, “what If their Gods are Psychopathic!”

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