Imagine living next door to someone who keeps moving their fence so your garden gets smaller and smaller while theirs gets bigger? Imagine if they then order you to demolish your house and make you pay for it?
If you can imagine that then try and picture what it would be like to be beaten up by that neighbour for objecting to their bad behaviour? Then imagine what it would be like if your bad neighbour went round knocking on all your friends doors and beating them up too? Would you phone the police? What if the police came round and simply gave your neighbour some money then started digging up your garden themselves?
Here is a map of your garden before your neigbour moved in and what it looks like now.
This is a partial record of the abuse meted out by the bad neighbour and their friend the police:
The 2003 invasion of Iraq was the first stage of the Iraq War. The invasion phase began on 19 March 2003
American jets began bombing ISIL in Syria on 23 September 2014, raising U.S. involvement in the war-torn country. At least 20 targets in and around Raqqa were hit,
The 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict Between 2,125 and 2,310 Gazans were killed and between 10,626 and 10,895 were wounded (including 3,374 children, of whom over 1,000 were left permanently disabled.
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On 27 July 2020, explosions and exchange of fire were heard during a “security incident” at the border between the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights and Lebanon.
Israeli bombing of the Syrian capital Damascus overnight Thursday into Friday led to the killing of seven people, including four Iranian officers, a Syrian observatory center said.
Relations between Israel and its neighbours were not normalised after the 1948 Arab–Israeli War. In 1956 Israel invaded the Sinai peninsula in Egypt, with one of its objectives being the reopening of the Straits of Tiran that Egypt had blocked to Israeli shipping since 1950. Israel was eventually forced to withdraw, but was guaranteed that the Straits of Tiran would remain open.
The above are just a small sample of what the neighbour called Israel had done. Their friend in the police is even worse.
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