It’s so much easier to live in a black and white world. It’s so much easier to point fingers and stick to the party line. It’s so much easier to use a book flap to condemn the novel, to view the pictures without reading the attached articles. It’s so much easier to stand on the sidelines and dictate the plays, so much easier to determine right and wrong when you don’t have to live with the consequences. It’s easy to say killing is always wrong, Israel is always wrong, Israel is always right, they were evil, or they were humanitarians. It’s easier to pick a side and ignore the fog, easier to self-select the details you listen to while screaming out for justice based on lines drawn in the sea.
NY Times: Israeli Raid
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