Is it reasonable to hope that Spaniards and other Europeans who used to shrug off or excuse acts like this, only to save their outrage for Israeli acts of self-defense and retaliation, will perhaps start looking differently at events in Israel/Palestine?
Port worker Sami Pinto said that when he entered the port, he saw smoke from the explosions near the fence of the facility and one in a workshop inside the port. “Five bodies of our workers were lying there and two more bodies outside the fence,” Pinto told Israel Army Radio.
“One of our workers who was lightly wounded told me that the terrorist came in and asked for water and the moment he showed him where there was a tap he blew up,” Pinto said.
Of course there will be those who applaud the blowing to pieces of working-class Israelis as a legitimate act of revolutionary armed struggle.