Chained displacements ground zero for terror
About 50 years ago, mostly displaced human beings stretched the boundaries of a territory by means of warfare. The result was the displacement of almost 1 000 000 others who lived in that territory. About 35 years ago, the displaced human beings on the winning side stretched once more the territorial boundaries to include the land where most of the displaced on the defeated side had gathered in refugee camps and other means of habitat.
The displaced/Palestinians live under Israeli military rule. The lucky ones used to work as cheap manual day workers, with no social benefits, in construction, agriculture, low tech industry and maintenance. Those who worked in construction built new Jewish settlements on their displaced territory.
There was no hope for the youth.
years ago mostly teenagers rebelled and challenged Israeli military rule.
They began an anti colonial struggle. The struggle was met with heavy retributions
by the IDF (Israeli Defense Forces) exercising collective punishment.
The territorial space was tortured by a net of permanent and fluid checkpoints, humans were inflicted with long curfews. New by-pass roads were built between the Jews' settlements to avoid contact with Palestinians' villages, towns and refuge camps.
October 1999 marks the second intifada rebellion. Part of the struggle takes the form of human suicide bombs, resulting in terror and creating a cultural angst and confusion among Israelis and Palestinians alike. As a reaction, the state administers its share of terror by means of tougher retributions and cruel collective punishments, employing a sophisticated arsenal of digital weaponry on the ground and in the air.