Volunteers in the Desert
Publication date: 01/11/2017
Volunteers in the Desert, conflict Arab-israeli
A summer night, June 12th, 2014, three Israeli adolescents returning home after attending their religious studies are kidnapped by Arab Palestinian terrorists on a bus stop in an area historically known as Judea and Samaria, crib to the Hebraic Culture. The event shook a country tired of the downward spiral of violence and deceit. Their parents’ anguish, the Israeli society’s worries and adding the international Jewish community a whole state mobilized their entire army with the only objective to find them alive; they were a sample of the suffering of our nation in this part of the world. That night and the next two months represented a piece of the tragedy of our history: the peace that is so wished for that it is only seen from afar even though of all the effort that is put in to achieve it. The war in Gaza that trailed this event demonstrated another face of the enemies of peace, the Gaza Extremist who does not care to sacrifice his own nation and used them as human shields while their highest level of palestinian government maintains their comfort and status quo. Taking advantage of the innocence of multiple international relief agencies, HAMAS has successfully used these platforms to attack Israel from every vantage point whether it is militarily, diplomatic and/or culturally sphere. The tenacity of the Israeli Society and the international Jewish community also demonstrated that good will prevail over evil, the justice against the transgressor and that after 2000 years of not having a country we come back to stay there forever.
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