Stan A. Einstein wrote: November 7th, 2023, 8:22 am
Secondly if those tragic young men and women were really slaughtered for freedom, shouldn't that include the freedom to march decrying the henious crimes bring committed by Hamas and the Israili military? They are not 'hate marches' as your utterly obnoxious Home Secretary would have it, they are not pro Palestinian as the BBC would have it. Thousands march because seeing children being killed is an affront to human dignity. A tiny number motivated by hate, as per those women with the hang-gliders, should not detract from that.
Sorry to quote myself but I have to answer the absurd accusation made by Torquay Exile.
Read that which I have written. '...henious crimes being committed by Hamas.......' '....A tiny number motivated by hate, as per those women with hang-gliders,....'
I am against murder. I utterly condemn the appalling actions of Hamas on October 7th. Anyone who bothered reading my posts can see that.
Having watch only last night, an Israeli settler gun down an unarmed Palestinian whilst a member of the Israeli Defence Force watched on, having seen a child gunned down by a IDF bullet whilst his sister watched and screamed. Having seen the shrouds covering countless numbers of Palestinian children I have only this to say.
Bombs which kill innocent civilians do not become legitimate weapons of warfare just because the are big bombs dropped from aeroplanes.