Always Isarel's fault

Ed Lasky
The BBC headlines the charge of an Israeli "human rights organization "that Israel continues to control Gaza through an 'invisible hand'". Does this not prove that no matter what Israel does, it gets blamed?

The organization, called Gisha, avers

...Israel still has extensive legal obligations for the wellbeing of the territory's population that are not being met.

It says: "Gaza residents know that significant aspects of their lives - the ability to exit or enter Gaza, the supply of medicine, fuel and other basic goods, the possibility to transport crops to export markets, the ability to use electric lights - depend on decisions made by Israel's military."
Murderous attacks on each other as well as Israelis are the name of the game in Gaza, but it is all Israel's fault. Always.
The BBC headlines the charge of an Israeli "human rights organization "that Israel continues to control Gaza through an 'invisible hand'". Does this not prove that no matter what Israel does, it gets blamed?

The organization, called Gisha, avers

...Israel still has extensive legal obligations for the wellbeing of the territory's population that are not being met.

It says: "Gaza residents know that significant aspects of their lives - the ability to exit or enter Gaza, the supply of medicine, fuel and other basic goods, the possibility to transport crops to export markets, the ability to use electric lights - depend on decisions made by Israel's military."
Murderous attacks on each other as well as Israelis are the name of the game in Gaza, but it is all Israel's fault. Always.