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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2703

Albert Einstein's sadness

By S.H.Moulana - Riyadh

The killing of one Palestinian teenager in East Jerusalem by Israelis is highly deplorable as a revenge for the killing of three Israeli teenage settlers by unknown persons.

Going by the numbers the Palestinians still have a huge deficit although we don’t approve the killings of the noncombatant and unrelated innocent children from either side.

The slaughter of the children at Qana in Lebanon by Israeli shellfire in 1996 cost the life of 109 civilians, of them 37 were children.

The Gaza massacre of 42 in 2009 cost the death of 13 innocent children and 6 women.

And what about the highest tally Sharon achieved by his brutal killing of innocent Palestinians in Sabra and Shatila, where he did not spare even their domestic pets.

The numerous massacres committed by every Israeli prime-minister who was in power, are conveniently forgotten by everyone.

The German born famous theoretical physicist, Albert Einstein, who is a Jew himself said: 'It would be my greatest sadness to see Zionists (Jews) do to Palestinian Arabs much of what Nazis did to Jews.'

When Israel does its aggression on the Palestinians, the sole super power calls for 'restraint' by both parties, to the attacked and the attacker, but when the Palestinians retaliate, it wastes no time to call it ‘terrorism’ and no more call for 'restraint' here!

We want the world community to have a balanced view based on the ground reality, in the occupied land, unlike the US which is forced to wear the blinkers provided by the powerful Israeli lobby in America.

Israel is having a field day these days, since the focus in the region is very much on Iraq and Syria.

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