And? I'm not comparing Syria to Germany, but even Hitler was kept in bomb shelters. My (the) point I made about bomb shelters is that we would all go through change in perspective.
I think you totally missed my (the) point, OTHER people on the other side are in shelters too. HELLO. He needs to stop playing the matryr and you need to stop acting like god.
DITTO for the people on the other side. Israel isn't perfect. Get over Israel. What amuses me most is that there are PEOPLE in those countries who are hiding in bomb shelters too. They don't give a crap about Israel or it's fight. Most people in other countries don't care about EITHER Israel or Syria. Learn to realize these are people, they are not all terrorists. You have terrorists as well. Israel kills people too. They just proved that. You need to gain some perspective on how EVERYONE lives, not just you and the jews in Israel. Your being jewish doesn't make you more knowledable than me. And trust me, you don't get to say I'D see things differently If I spent a year in the fifth largest city in Israel in which YOU can't even spell.
The thing that allie dosent know is life in sderod and esdod
If she spent a year there in these citys she would see things diffrently
I HAVE Lived in Eshdod (Not spelling it right) and i can tell you we lived most of the day in bomb shelters because of the arabs in gaza.
Even children are scared of going to school or even going to a friends house because that could be there last day live.
Allie, just because you have to use defense against a country that wants to decimate you, does not make you or anyone in your country terrorists. Also, with all due respect, I think all of us would undergo some sort of mental change in perspective if we lived in a country threatened with war, spending days in shelters.
Only fools play God.
Your post, yet again, has minimal relevance to the point trying to be made and provides no quality discussion whatsoever.
: gen.e advises Allie to get perspective on troubled Israeli life, providing insight by explaining that Israeli kids are afraid to go to school or to friend's houses because it might be their last day alive, and they spend most of the day in bomb shelters. Inarguably terrible. You and gen.e have both made it very clear that it's alright to level Syria because, let's get real, you think Syrians = terrorists (you will weasel out of this, it's ok, you can lie to yourself, but it's clear enough as it is). Her point is that there are innocents on both sides that are affected by the conflict and that by gen.e telling her to gain perspective of Israeli life (shelters, afraid for your life, etc.) he ought to invest some time in gaining a little perspective on human
life, because many Syrian people live the same way. It's not exactly the most difficult thing in the world to understand. You two have demonstrated little more than a general lack of scope by being unable to comprehend that there are people who do not deserve to be hurt, being hurt, on both sides, and you should really stop playing at war in your sandbox. Why your last 2 posts contribute nothing
Allie, just because you have to use defense against a country that wants to decimate you, does not make you or anyone in your country terrorists.
She never said this made them terrorists. She is saying that there are terrorists in Israel. Which is true and inarguable, as there are terrorists in every country.
Also, with all due respect, I think all of us would undergo some sort of mental change in perspective if we lived in a country threatened with war, spending days in shelters.
SAYING you're not comparing Syrian with [Nazi] Germany doesn't mean you're not comparing Syria with [Nazi] Germany.
And? I'm not comparing Syria to Germany, but even Hitler was kept in bomb shelters
. My (the) point I made about bomb shelters is that we would all go through change in perspective.
Again, doesn't matter.Weasel away, kid.