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Amnesty Iternational Condemns Israel For Palestinian Rocket That Falls Short And Hit Civilian Building In Gaza

What next? Will they be blaming rape victims for going out with provocative clothing, too?

For anyone actually thinking that Amnesty International is an impartial or non-partisan group, stories like this one that will disabuse the public of such a belief.

Yesterday, as ClashDaily reported, Israel initiated a strike killing Baha Abu Al Ata, the head of Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza.

Islamic Jihad has affiliations to the Muslim Brotherhood. So these are not exactly the kind of guys you call on to feed your fish when you go away on vacation.

In response to Israel cutting the head off the snake, so to speak, Israel found itself on the receiving end of 200+ rocket attacks raining down on its population centers.

What was Amnesty International’s response to that exchange of one targeted strike against a terrorist leader planning an attack in Israel compared to 200 rockets raining down on Israel’s cities?

Amnesty International looked to blame Israel for the deaths of people in Gaza.

‘Civilian’ deaths, you say?

Oof. Doesn’t look very ‘civilian-y’.

Actually none of these three look very ‘civilian-y. What are the odds?

Well, they at least got Israel’s culpability of this right, didn’t they?

Actually, no. These dopes made the mistake of not only accidentally self-detonating but doing so in front of witnesses.

In effect, this rocket that blew at least THREE jihadis to bits was intended to do exactly that same thing to Jewish civilians.

The GOAL of firing this particular rocket was the possible death or maiming of Jewish civilians.

Where is Amnesty International’s concern for civilians endangered by this very same rocket when they are on the other side of the border? There isn’t any.

They have taken sides in this conflict. One side can do no wrong. And the other will invariably be the villain in the story.

Wes Walker

Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck

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