Re: And Israel is the aggressor...right.
Yes, the Lebanese soldier fired because his heart bled for the Palestinians in Gaza.
Today, there are more than 400,000 Palestinians in Lebanon who are deprived of their most basic rights. The Lebanese government has a list of tens of professions that a Palestinian is forbidden from being engaged in, including professions such as medicine, law and engineering. Palestinians are forbidden from owning property and need a special permit to leave their towns. Unlike all other foreign nationals in Lebanon, they are denied access to the health-care system. According to Amnesty international, the Palestinians in Lebanon suffer from "discrimination and marginalization" and are treated like "second class citizens" and "denied their full range of human rights."
So, you know, spare me. The Lebanese attack didn't have anything to do with Gaza. They don't give a CRAP about the Palestinians.