Skip to comments.Israel and Hamas compete for EU sympathy
Posted on 11/15/2012 9:57:55 PM PST by Olog-hai
Both sides in the new Gaza conflict are competing for international sympathy as fighting escalates.
Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev told EUobserver on Thursday (15 November) morning that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke with EU foreign relations chief Catherine Ashton by phone on Wednesday.
Giving a flavor of what was said, Regev noted: I would say this to European governments: I dont think a single European country would tolerate what Israel has gone through in recent months. Name one government that would sit idly by and watch its civilian population being targeted by terrorists. I think any European government would respond and some of them would respond more forcefully than Israel has.
He highlighted that the US has already voiced backing for its operations.
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Israel will never receive ‘sympathy’ from anyone anywhere.
Hamas is muslim, no? No sympathy for them.
Since the time the Quran was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad, the states of Dar Al-Islam (the abode of Islam) and Dar Al-Harb (abode of war or conflict) have been in conflict, and will remain so until the end of time.
Means they live in the peaceful house and we the non-believers live in the war house—like they want to kill our arse, ya know.