nnnnobody can touch israel
I think it's a question of right and wrong.
Most people would see the boarding of the ship and it's violent aftermath as wrong. There is a question of proportion here. Whatever the 'perceived' legalities, excessive force was used. Just like in the 'war' on Gaza.
When did 'peace' become a dirty word in any religion? Get your priorities right.
Oddly enough, I did study law in college. However, all those hours spent poring over Lloyd's Law Review of 1886 or whatever in the Belfield library convinced me I wanted to do something more interesting for a living. (No offence to actual lawyers reading this, but it just wasn't for me!)
I think you have it reversed. Legalities are generally not a matter of perception. I either rob a bank, embezzle it, or I make a legal withdrawl. Not much perception involved. Determining whether or not something is 'excessive' is purely a judgement call, which comes back to the whole reason that the Mission decided the blocade was unlawful: In its opinion, the effect was disproportionate, it then applied that subjective assessment to the objective requirements of determining legality.
Should be fun.
Will they attack and kill "their own"?
It doesn't change the fact that (well-meaning) people were killed unnecessarily. The ship wasn't loaded up with rocket propelled grenades. They could have boarded, confiscated whatever they considered illegal and let them carry on.
This was, after all, an aid mission.
Or it could be a false flag.
Considering its a "10-metre catamaran" they won't exactly have to use much force to stop it.
Could you try that again without insulting me?
Surely an intelligent person like you can tell us all why Sukkot is so important that it is deemed necessary to miss one of the most vital meetings of the year, without resorting to being so abusive about it.
Why such anger?
Interesting map there to show how the Israelis have managed to make life hell for the natives in the occupied West Bank.
I seen that yesterday, the settlements are against international law and nobody does a thing.
All this because someone told the jews there was a penny buried somewhere in palestine
Or because listening to that kind of joke for a few centuries just wears out the patience.....
There's something a bit tragic about someone giving up the opportunity of a good education to join an army.