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Selective love of cease fires

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Submitted by Jeff (United States), Jul 14, 2017 at 11:05

Notice when Hamas fires rockets into Israel (fired from elementary schools, aimed at elementary schools) the world stays silent and no one worries about a cease fire. When Israel decides to fight back, a cease fire suddenly becomes very important and world leaders keep screaming for one until Israel agrees to go along. Then the subject turns to Israeli war crimes before the dust even settles.

What if Israel announced the next war will only end with a permanent peace treaty? No cease fire?

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