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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

This is how hate is born...

I just saw part of a documentary about Palestinian female suicide bombers.

One young woman was to bomb a hospital, but before she managed to do that, she was burned badly in a gas accident, rushed into the very same hospital she was supposed to bomb, tended there for weeks, rescued and let back into her life. She says she is still prepared to bomb the hospital. It doesn't matter that the hospital saved her life, it's Israeli. The journalist asked her if it would matter if there were children in the hospital, and she said "yes, sure, if they were Palestinian children, but if they were Israeli children, no, it wouldn't matter. They kill Palestinian children".

The world is right now very upset because the Israelis supposedly bombed hospitals in Gaza. What's the difference? This woman is just as "good" as the Israelis who allegedly bombed Palestinian hospitals, no difference. Still these so-called Pro-Palestinians and the poor, innocent, defenseless Palestinians who accuse Israelis of bombing a hospital, praise this woman, her courage and her devotion... they make her a martyr. Well... guess what. Not one person (Israeli or Palestinian) who attacks (or plans to attack) a hospital goes to heaven, what ever who ever promises you.
The Israeli children are just as innocent as the Palestinian children. Sure, the Israeli children wrote greetings to mr. Hasrallah on the rockets at the Lebanese war, but the Palestinian children are taught to chant death to Jews. (Not occupiers, not nazis, not Israelis, Jews.) Not one person killing (planning to kill, ignoring if they kill) children (which ever children) goes to heaven either.
People like this won't get 72 houris to serve them, they get 72 furies to haunt them, dead and alive.

I had to close the tv after 15 minutes of "burn in hell, you bitch, burn in hell, you devil's whore, burn in hell, burn in hell..." I even thought that the Israelis are doing God's work: "May your children burn in front of your eyes, so that they don't carry on your wickedness. May your life be hell, you bitch!" It took me almost half an hour to calm down. I am not involved in any way. How crazy by hatred must the Israelis and Palestinians be? Both sides think that the other side's children are born murderers, evil to the bone, deserving to die... Both sides think that the only good person of the other people is dead person, and killing the other is a good deed... Hatred keeps birthing more hatred, more death, more anger, more revenge, thousand eyes for an eye, thousand teeth for one tooth, thousand lives for one life.

No. No Palestinian children, no Israeli children, children. Don't ask the nationality of the child, the ethnicity, the color of the child's skin, the child's religion. It's a child.

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