Away from politics, wars no matter how evil or righteous are, they remain wars and crimes. Too many people were murdered throughout history; sometimes they deserved it but most of the time it was pure injustice.
I just watched the movie Schindler’s List, it expresses the situation of Jews and how Hitler treated them. It shows the amount of injustice and oppression they had suffered from. It’s a very touching movie and truly painful. I don’t have enough information actually to judge if they deserved this or not but I’m pretty sure there’s nothing worth it to kill 6 millions of innocent men and women no matter how bad or evil they were.
I am Palestinian, my grandpa’s were forced out of Palestine in 1948; they witnessed one of the most crimes ever but had a stronger desire to live and raise a new generation. I am full of hatred toward Jews and Zionism because of what they did with my land and people. They destroyed us and stole our assets, our lives and land which in turn left us homeless today begging everyone around the world to give us a stable job and a nationality where we can at least live peacefully.
Even though, I cannot find myself against those who were murdered in Germany, I’m not in a place to judge or punish them. If you save one life, you save the entire world and vice versa. They might have done really awful crimes and had to be killed, they might have been bad and illegal but nothing gives us the right to kill any of them. I’m not defending Jews, I’m defending humanity, I’m talking about the bloodshed that’s become easier than anything else. Racism and religion are the cause behind all the kinds of massacres, stupidity as well.
What make matters worse, the Zionist invasion on Palestine took no consideration of what happened in Germany; they’ve been committing more crimes day after day, they don’t think of us as people but enemies simply because we defend our homeland. Even if they’re right, it doesn’t give them any least right to kill us and occupy our land. Apparently, compassion and sympathy no longer exist.
All decision makers and governors will wake up one day; it’s going to be too late when regret would have no place. They will come to an endless feeling of remorse that cannot be erased or repented by any means. As for us, victims regardless of our color or religion, we have dignity. We are willing to sacrifice our lives to get what we want, to get our rights. All your biased rules will collapse and freedom will thread its way into the world, sooner or later.