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Anti-occupation operations are legitimate defense 20:24 | 19\10\1395

Armed operation by a wronged, aggressed nation (Palestinians) against an occupying entity is no more terror attacks







At least four Israeli forces have been killed and more than a dozen others injured when a truck rammed into Israel's military forces in the occupied al-Quds ('Jerusalem').

Palestinian sources identified the man as Fadi Qanbar – a former prisoner and resident of the Old City of al-Quds.

The Palestinian intifada showed it could continue at time when Israel even refuses to bow to the least demands of establishing a watered-down Palestinian state within the 1967 borders.

The Palestinians also showed they would never tolerate the Israeli policies of demographic changes in the occupied al-Quds by expanding its illegal settlements.

Many so-called human rights centers in the West tend to call such operations as terror attacks while they call the murdering of the truck driver a legal act. They also tend to overlook the Israeli murdering of over 250 Palestinians since the current anti-occupation intifada started in 2015. Also, they tend to overlook the very Israeli occupation.

The western circles also ignore the very reality that the Israeli community is by no means a civilian community as every Israeli individual is either serving in the military or scheduled to pay military services one month a year as reserved. Israeli then keeps a reserved army now and then.

Armed operation by a wronged, aggressed nation (Palestinians) against an occupying entity is no more terror attacks rather it is spared through a prism of legitimate defense.