Another terrorist attack, 1 severely injured.

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So Big Troll, what is the difference?



Israel does not deliberately target children with H.E. and rockets. That is left to the arab muslims to do.

Israel responds to these attacks with force, and the arab muslims put their children in front of the targets hoping they don't fire.
 

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Like Israel does then?
No little troll. Not like Israel does.
Exactly as Israel does. Only the Israelis kill by the thousands and hundreds of children, with better weapons.


WRONG as the Geneva conventions and IHL tell you the blame for those deaths land right at the Palestinians feet. This is why Abbas has went to the ICJ/ICC so that they will start arresting hamas leaders so he and his fatah party can take over again. Bet you ISLAMONAZI MORONS never thought of that did you
 

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1589 "stabbings or cuttings" in the US in 2012. They aren't all described as terrorism. Just saying. How about we reserve the terrorism label for when someone with a terror-affiliation does something and not cheapen the term to every defacto "hate crime."
 
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1589 "stabbings or cuttings" in the US in 2012. They aren't all described as terrorism. Just saying. How about we reserve the terrorism label for when someone with a terror-affiliation does something and not cheapen the term to every defacto "hate crime."
That is true on any other motive however it is still considered a 'suspect' if you wish to stick to the official legal terms, yet terrorism and "hate crime" is not thesame thing but both apply under many circumstances like this one which is no difference from other events except for the casualties or whatsoever, this is a terrorism motivated by hate.
 

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1589 "stabbings or cuttings" in the US in 2012. They aren't all described as terrorism. Just saying. How about we reserve the terrorism label for when someone with a terror-affiliation does something and not cheapen the term to every defacto "hate crime."
That is true on any other motive however it is still considered a 'suspect' if you wish to stick to the official legal terms, yet terrorism and "hate crime" is not thesame thing but both apply under many circumstances like this one which is no difference from other events except for the casualties or whatsoever, this is a terrorism motivated by hate.
I can imagine a financial incentive to characterizing every little incident as "terrorism." If you say every personal attack is terrorism, you get more funding to "fight terrorism." But where do you then draw the line? Are kids gettinging into fights at school while being arab-jew now terrorist incidents too?
 

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1589 "stabbings or cuttings" in the US in 2012. They aren't all described as terrorism. Just saying. How about we reserve the terrorism label for when someone with a terror-affiliation does something and not cheapen the term to every defacto "hate crime."
That is true on any other motive however it is still considered a 'suspect' if you wish to stick to the official legal terms, yet terrorism and "hate crime" is not thesame thing but both apply under many circumstances like this one which is no difference from other events except for the casualties or whatsoever, this is a terrorism motivated by hate.
I can imagine a financial incentive to characterizing every little incident as "terrorism." If you say every personal attack is terrorism, you get more funding to "fight terrorism." But where do you then draw the line? Are kids gettinging into fights at school while being arab-jew now terrorist incidents too?




If it is racially/religiously motivated then yes the fights are terrorism, as the cases in the UK show when muslims attacked a 15 year old schoolboy for suspected dissing of islam. Not one on one as you would expect but a gang of muslims in ages of 14 to 30 armed with hammers and metal bars so that the accuser could not possibly lose. That was terrorism and the culprits should have all been deported the very next day.
 
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1589 "stabbings or cuttings" in the US in 2012. They aren't all described as terrorism. Just saying. How about we reserve the terrorism label for when someone with a terror-affiliation does something and not cheapen the term to every defacto "hate crime."
That is true on any other motive however it is still considered a 'suspect' if you wish to stick to the official legal terms, yet terrorism and "hate crime" is not thesame thing but both apply under many circumstances like this one which is no difference from other events except for the casualties or whatsoever, this is a terrorism motivated by hate.
I can imagine a financial incentive to characterizing every little incident as "terrorism." If you say every personal attack is terrorism, you get more funding to "fight terrorism." But where do you then draw the line? Are kids gettinging into fights at school while being arab-jew now terrorist incidents too?
That's the point - its not 'personal' and its not an attempt murder like when you stab a random person based on racial motive in order to promote violently your ideology.
A Graffiti ("price-tag") is considered a hate crime as much as a terrorism although this is just a minor act of vandalism when it is done in order to terrorize others on behalf of an ideology.
 

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