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What My Visit to Israel Taught Me about the War in Gaza, by Andrew Percy (a Tory MP in Britain)

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  • What My Visit to Israel Taught Me about the War in Gaza – Andrew Percy
    (dailyalert.org, Aug. 18, 2014)
  • You’re facing an enemy whose founding principle is the total destruction not only of your country but your entire people. It uses civilian locations to fire thousands of rockets at your country. This enemy also digs tunnels into your country so it can murder your people en masse and it describes large civilian deaths on its own side as an “effective strategy.”
  • I’ve just returned from Israel where I’ve spent time responding to sirens, running to bomb shelters and watching Hamas rockets deliberately aimed at civilians being shot out of the sky by Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system. In my talks with Israelis almost every conversation started with the question: “What would you do?”
  • Balance in this debate seems to have been lost. A terrorist network has been made to look like the victim with some asking incredibly why Hamas isn’t allowed a missile defense shield! While Jewish people get attacked in the streets of Western Europe for simply being Jewish, Hamas terrorists are relieved of the responsibility for the plight of their own people. The writer is a Tory MP in Britain. (Daily Express-UK)


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