My uncle was in a concentration camp during WW II. He was thrown on a death wagon, which was basically a horse drawn cart that transported corpses for burial in mass graves. Through a miracle of fate he survived (I wont go into the details) his story is one of millions. Others through no fault of their own weren?t so lucky and were subjected to the worst forms of human indignities that anyone could ever imagine.
At some point you cross the line of human decency and what you posted Belgium went far beyond that.
The Palestinians that died at Jenin has many opportunities to surrender. At one point they in fact did surrender but it turned out to be an ambush.
My uncle and 11,000,000 like him weren?t given the same opportunity, surrender meant death.
You can apologize to the others and they can accept your apology but I wont accept your apology. Never!
This is the last time I?ll respond to your posts.