- Apr 18, 2014
- Reaction score
- Political Leaning
- Libertarian - Right
That Palestinians Arabs cannot live under such conditions is the whole point.
The State of Israel wants the land upon which many Palestinian Arabs have lived for centuries. That state does not want the Palestinian Arabs themselves, however. The solution is to make conditions so bleak for these unwanted inhabitants that Palestinians either leave or become radicalised. If they leave, point finale. If they radicalise, become militants/terrorists and ultimately commit violent acts, then the occupying military power can arrest, try, convict and jail them, demolish their families' homes, wall their neighbours off into ever shrinking ghettos, replace their people with illegal settlers and finally forcibly displace them for reasons of military security or historical site preservation. That's the slow-motion land clearing which is behind the continual suffering of the vast majority of Palestinian Arabs who commit no acts of war or terrorism against the State of Israel or its people.
UXBs are just another reminder to Palestinian Arabs that they must leave.
The Palestinians are not supposed to live this way. They are supposed to leave, be displaced or if militants, die as members of a surplus population which is unwanted by the occupying colonialist power in order to clear the land for incorporation into the ever growing frontiers of Eretz Israel.
How is "Eretz Israel" relevant to the Hamas governed Gaza?