They are not the same, and the reason why the Gaza strip is considered "hostile" by Israel is quite obvious.
Hamas is not Palestine. Hamas followers aren't representative of the entire Palestinian population.
Actually, Palestine receive more billion dollars of international help than Israel, you should be aware of that. And Arab countries receive far more F-16 fighters and military help from the US government than Israel.no water and limited electricity, versus billiosn and billions of aid to israel. Palestine gets smuggled rocket launchers, israel recieves fighter jets.
The difference between the two countries is that in Israel, the government that receive it invest it in economical development, for the greater good of the Israeli population, while in Palestine, the inhabitants will receive next to nothing of these funds, thanks to their totally corrupt politicians. The Hamas use 60% of this money to buy weapons and manufacture propaganda, while the Fatah leaders would prefer to buy expensive cars (Arafat had the largest collection of Mercedes in the entire world. I've always wondered why when the news cameramen filmed him in his bunker in Ramallah, they never changed the focal so we could admire the large parking just behind it, crowded with luxury german cars).
You see, it's far more complex than what you say, always. Because in my opinion, this conflict is not about Israel vs Palestine, it's warmongers (Hamas/Likud) vs moderates (Abbas/HaAvoda). And there's so many factors to consider, it only ends in various shades of grey because each side has a very dark corner.
As I already said, I think you should stop talking about a subject you don't know a fucking thing.
Mmmm... I say he's more than racist, he's a genocidal fascist.you are a racist.
IlyaK is very young, and I think what we are experiencing is only crude, immature provocation. But in a French forum he would have been banned within a second, because making a public call for lynching or mass-murder is considered to be a felony. And don't say it's simply "freedom of speech".