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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Illinihockey, Apr 12, 2015.
"We bombed this hospital. in the rubble and destruction aftermath we found a pearl white Toyota Tacoma absent of a flake of dust, that contained Hama weapons"
except they didn’t, there’s still 7,000 patients that never left Shifa hospital. Why are people under the misunderstanding that the hospital is rubble?
they didn't bomb the carwash
"Hamas shouldn't keep attacking, sorry one of the most respected medical non-profits doesn't agree!" - HockeyFuckShit
so like k slim said, you’re okay with civilians being killed because Hamas.
you’re right, everyone should demand for Hamas to surrender so that no more civilians are killed.
The answer he was looking for was "yes"
Say israel is blood thirsty war mongers that want to kill all palestinians, show Hamas is doing what was claimed, create strawman argument, rinse, repeat
Imagine taking IDF statements as gospel.
that’s not what I said but when K slim said you were okay with it, you acted like it was crazy for him to say that. Obviously it wasn’t.
Ya know, the ones indiscriminately killing civilians by the thousands
it’s a fucking video from the hospital you dope
sure it is.
I know that’s not what you said. No one in this thread have said Hamas should surrender to end the bloodshed
I’m simply pointing out the KSlim was right about what you believe. It’s obvious you’re okay with civilians getting killed if it means Hamas fighters do to.
Hamas put out a statement about the footage being genuine and hostages were take. To Al-shifa. Some of you are so brain wormed you’ll do anything to acknowledge what has been happening. It’s Q anon level cognitive dissonance
welcome to warfare.
shouldn’t you be jerking off to the IDF Twitter account?
You can’t even admit when you’re wrong. It’s pathetic. When trump said he trusted Russia over his own intelligence agencies we all said that’s fucking stupid and yet when Biden says stuff about Palestine there’s people here that can’t wait to take hamas’ side
you would certainly be the expert on this.
Then at least own it and stop acting offended when people call you out on being okay with war crimes.
cute edit but you’re not quick enough, sweetheart.
Oh come on, this has to be joke
no one is “taking Hamas’ side” and it’s frankly gross as fuck to equate people saying Israel shouldn’t kill innocent civilians to “taking hamas’s side”.
This is rich
go back and read this thread. People absolutely disputed Hamas using Al-Shifa
civilians dying in war isn’t a war crime. Do you want to guess how many civilians died in the roll back of ISIS from Iraq and Syria? This thread is old enough and a lot of familiar faces weren’t in here begging for a cease fire. Why?
targeting hospitals because they believe Hamas is held up there and killing civilians as a result is a war crime
First of all that’s not a war crime. Second of all they didn’t target a hospital. They did raid it. As I said before there’s still 7,000 patients at al-shifa. It never shut down, the Al-shifa complex is huge. People are acting like Israel dropped a bunch of 500 pound bombs on a single building and leveled the entire complex which isn’t true, it’s still operating now
“The strikes hit specifically protected locations, including hospitals, markets, refugee camps, mosques, educational facilities, and entire neighborhoods. A group of UN special rapporteurs asserted Israel's indiscriminate airstrikes are "absolutely prohibited under international law and amounts to a war crime."
And we would absolutely know more if his precious IDF wasn’t purposely killing journalists. Running up quite a number!
Civilians being targeted is, whether at a hospital or not it still happened and is happening...as for the second part, Well I know I wasn't because I was actually there, didn't have a lot of time to post and what you think happened over there is some very bent truth
But there is an exception under which hospitals lose that protection: A hospital or medical facility can lose its special legal status if it is used for a military purpose that is “harmful to the enemy,” rather than just for medical care. For example, if an armed group uses a hospital building as a headquarters, it cannot use the special hospital protection as a shield for that military operation.
All warfare is based on deception. For years, the West hypocrisy has made the world a battlefield. The corrupt talk while our brothers and sons spill their own blood. But deceit cuts both ways. The bigger the lie, the more likely people will believe it, and when a nation cries for vengeance, the lie spreads like a wildfire. The fire builds, devouring everything in its path. Our enemies believe that they alone dictate the course of history, and all it takes is the will of a single man.
Nobody in here thinks Hamas is justified or ethical.
This is what everybody thinks is complete bullshit.
This is what targeting a hospital looks like
I can't believe Israel would do this either. Oh wait, I'm being told this is Al-Salam hospital in Mosul that had thousands of patients inside when ISIS was using it as a fighting position and the ISF called in an air strike. I must have forgot the mass protests in America and all of the upheaval in this thread.
America commits war crimes. More news at 7
again, not a war crime
is targeting journalists not a war crime?
How about UN personnel?
Or shooting at civilians waiving white flags?
Let me guess … hamas did it?
A bit delayed in response, but I do appreciate you responding after enough prodding.
I also appreciate you admitting you didn’t answer my question. In making the attempt, you cited 100 years of history, then leaned on 40 days of history. That speaks for itself.
I see you also didn’t answer the same question, re-phrased by Name P. Redacted
You keep getting this question because it is blatantly obvious that you refuse to do even a modicum of self-reflection. Or at least you won’t communicate such an action. The selective replies scream pretty loudly that you are uncomfortable examining and discussing why you hold the opinions you do. It’s also clear you want to engage on these topics (you started the thread, after all, and you’re very active in most war topics), but only on your own terms.
The question isn’t broad at all, it’s just focused on you. So, I’ll ask one more time…what direct life experience or initial belief system leads you to engage in topics of war in the manner you do here?