So, Israel has one of the strongest economies in the region if not the world. It treats ALL of its citizens with rights and respect. It gives all its citizens the right to vote, to earn a living and to run for office. And, Israel has a right to defend itself. But, that isn't enough for some people in Britain.
RAFAH REFUGEE CAMP, GAZA STRIP - MARCH 09: Monera Al-Dali ,37, the wife of the 51 years-old unemployed refugee Palestinian man Jamal Awad Al-Dali (not pictured) who has twelve children, uses a gas lantern during a power cut while she puts to sleep their children at at their home March 9, 2008, at the Rafah refugee camp, southern Gaza Strip. Jamal Al-Dali who also suffers from asthma and his family just count on aid from UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees) for five years since he lost his work in Israel. A human rights coalition of eight British-based human rights organizations claim that the humanitarian situation in Gaza has reached its worst point since Israel captured the territory in 1967. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)So, everything was hunky-dory in the area before Israel had to defend itself and the Arabs lost all its land? Everything then got BAD when Israel gave back some of the land to those same Arab countries who had lost the war? From what I recall from Elder's site, that area was a wasteland full of death and desert. But now we are to believe it is worse than that?