to these people:
He was wrong. Hours after the news item about Mohammed was broadcast, the hospital switchboard was jammed with callers. An Israeli Jew whose son died during his military service donated $55,000, and for the first time the Abu Mustafa family began to feel hopeful. Only then did Eldar grasp the full dramatic potential of the story. He told his editor, Tali Ben Ovadia, that he wanted to continue accompanying the family.
…Nevertheless, this idyllic situation developed into a deep crisis that led to the severance of the relations and what appeared to be the end of the filming. From an innocent conversation about religious holidays, Raida Abu Mustafa launched into a painful monologue about the culture of the shahids – the martyrs – and admitted, during the complex transplant process, that she would like to see her son perpetrate a suicide bombing attack in Jerusalem.
“Jerusalem is ours,” she declared. “We are all for Jerusalem, the whole nation, not just a million, all of us. Do you understand what that means – all of us?”
I understand a number of things. Including that until you 'palistinians' start acting like civilized beings instead of bloody-handed bloodthirsty barbarians, there's no use playing "We can have peace" games.
Put bluntly, I'm sick of these people. Don't know if they just don't understand it or if it angers them, but if the Israelis actually wanted to kill them, there wouldn't be a palistinian problem because they'd all be dead. Whereas the palisimians keep calling for the murder of all Jews and are a bunch of murdering incompetents who can't make a society work well, so they blame the Jews. Etc.