Palestinian Arabs attacking their own doctors
In a culture that praises violence as a “right,” this is inevitable:
Doctors from a public hospital in Nablus organized a demonstration on Wednesday to protest the assault of a colleague by the relatives of a patient being treated in the pediatrics ward.
Dr. Hussein al-Sleibi was assaulted in Rafidia hospital on Tuesday by two relatives of a child, doctors told Ma’an. The family members threatened al-Sleibi and two nurses with a knife during the incident after claiming they were neglecting the patient.
Doctors said they organized the demonstration to protest a growing number of assaults against medical teams.
Director of the Nablus office of the Ministry of Health, Amirah al-Hindi, told Ma’an that the last decade has seen a spike in violent incidents against hospital staff.
It is not surprising. Palestinian Arabs have been attacking UNRWA, for example, since the very beginning – an organization funded by the world to specifically coddle them. Their leaders say terrorists are heroes. Violence is an inherent part of Palestinian Arab culture, as is the sense of entitlement.
Attacking those who are trying to help them comes naturally.
Given that, what are the chances of real peace with people they hate?