Wrong. The USA doesnt have the right to do what ever it wants on its property, simple AS. Neither did Saddam Hussein, neither does Iran. In the case of Gaza/Israel, the two are locking heads and always have been. In a conflict, in a war and battle, sovereign lines become blurred and both sides fight for there safety.Canada has no authority over the territory of the USof A. As such the US of A has the right to do what ever it wants to on its property
That is what Israel is doing and she has the right to make sure her neighbors do not infringe upon her own safety.
Canada and moan and complain but it has no right to attack the US over things the US does in US territory (unless it is committing international warcrimes and placing explosives in US territory is not an international warcrime).Its a provocation, and a provocation is enough reason to hit back. Had the explosives been planted away from the boarder, then Israel would have no right whatsoever to get involved.Canada feeling it was a provocative act and a casus belli would mean Canada was being an idiot and should get beat down for being a bunch of morons. It is not a provocative act to defend ones boarders with mines or explosives or Anti Aircraft missile that fire only on planes that cross into your territory
This was not the case.
Also bear in mind nobody attacked anybody until Hamas tried to kidnap yet another IDF soldier.
In a war where one side commits continous acts of provocation, war crimes and supports Jihad, the soldiers where merely performing there duty and protecting.
Canada isn't a terrorist organization, for starters.
Also please explain how the purpose of one explosive is meant to "protect the boarder" rather than create a deliberate terrorist attack on patrolling soldiers? The IDF has a responsibility to prevent such things from happening.
Hamas planting explosives in Gaza is perfectly fine, Hamas planting them in Israel would not be. Nothing worring about that.
May i also remind you the blockade has seen the dramatic fall of HAMAS SPONSORERED JIHADIST attacks against Israel?Yes it can, and both sides can place as many explosives on their side of the boarder as they want. Crossing the boarder is a provocation worthy of response, giving the other side the finger is not. Blockading a country is worthy of a response, not trading with a country is not.
Hamas CAUSED provocation, the blockade is merely a response to that.
Also the logic is flawed. Yes, you are right, they CAN place as many explosives on there side of the boarder as they want.
That doesnt make it any less of a provocation that should be met with a bollocking, so to speak.