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Two Israelis have been sentenced by an Israeli court for the murder of a Palestinian teenager.
How many Palestinians have been sentenced by Palestinian courts for the murder of Jews?
Tags: Double Standards, Good and Evil, Justice, Mideast, Moral Compass, Morality, Politics, Society, Values, Virtue, Wisdom
What do you mean by this post? Do you mean to say that the two Israeli men should be exonerated or that the rule of law should be upheld in Palestine? Or both?
So sad that I need to spell it out. But that’s part of the problem, isn’t it?
Israelis find it abhorrent that anyone, Jew or non-Jew, would take the life of an innocent to make a political statement. There was a universal demand for justice when it became known that Jews had murdered an Arab boy.
In contrast, the Palestinian government names streets and squares after suicide bombers, and the Western world enables them and encourages further violence by indulging a double standard.
That may well be true, I just wanted to understand what you meant by your comment, thanks for ‘spelling it out’ 🙂
Quite alright. Sorry for sounding snarky. I’ve gotten conditioned to expect the worst. Something else for me to work on.
All the best.
Yea it’s OK I do the same.
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