The fifteenth of May marked the 56th anniversary of "youm Al Nakbah", or the day that the Palestinian territories were officially usurped by an Israeli state, the single worst day for Arabs in modern history.
How was this anniversary marked? By the demolition of hundreds of homes, rendering homeless thousands of people, just like 54 years ago. History repeats itself. Man, it is not a good time to be a Palestinian living in Palestine. May Sharon burn in hell like the pig he is.
I do not blame Israel for what has happened, neither do I blame America. I put the blame squarely on Arabs. As a Western friend of mine once told me, "How can it be, that a country of less than seven million people on an area about the size of Wales, continuously defeats and humiliate sa whole people with a landmass greater than the United States, with 300 million people in it, and one of the most valuable natural resources in the world?" How is that? We have no excuse. America and Israel are defending their interests, and that is to be expected. How are we to justify that we as Arabs, with a population and land area more than 30 times of Israel, have no answer to them? Whatever the reason for that is, the problem lies squarely with us.
I doubt many Arabs even remembered that 15th of May was the anniversary of this disaster.
Palestine, many people may have forgotten about you, but some still haven't. Your day will eventually come.