Who do you blame for the escalation?? There are the terrorist organizations Hamas and Hezbollah, which have been threatening Israel for years with their terrorist attacks, be it suicide attacks, be it rocket attacks, be it threats to the borders in the form in which we are seeing it now.
Who do you blame for the escalation?? There are the terrorist organizations Hamas and Hezbollah, which have been threatening Israel for years with their terrorist attacks, be it suicide attacks, be it rocket attacks, be it threats to the borders in the form in which we are seeing it now. And not only threatening, but also carrying out these missile attacks. And that is the situation. And Syria and Iran support these terrorist organizations and unfortunately Lebanon is not capable of expelling these terrorist organizations that are also active in its country. Does that justify bombings that also kill civilians?? All questioners should consider, especially the governments, how they would behave if their citizens were killed and injured by constant rocket attacks and had to live permanently in bunkers, as is currently the case in the north of Israel. Where also the civilian population must flee, where also the population of Israel takes in these people. I think, then this question of an overreaction is no longer relevant at all. Is there not a danger of mutual incitement?? Especially since it is suspected that Lebanon is receiving massive help from Iran? Israel has no other options at all, and I think that everyone who thinks realistically and does not subscribe to certain ways of thinking should clearly consider that Israel has no chance to bend in any way at the moment, because this country can only have peace if these Hezbollah and Hamas terrorist organizations are pushed back or eliminated. be eliminated in this form as it is now. In your opinion, is it a war between countries or between religions?? It is neither a war between countries nor between religions. It is a protection of the own citizens and this should be remembered very clearly. What does the Central Jewish Committee expect from the German government?? Do you have there a concrete idea? Since Foreign Minister Steinmeier really has an outstanding role in this deplorable situation, in which people are really being killed every day, and can also exert influence on his colleagues in Europe, I hope that this will also lead to a good end and that the German government, which in the past few days has fully backed Israel – because there are no other possibilities at all, as I see it – will take a path here that will hopefully also lead to success.