GymFreak saidOf course you two believe it is a respectful thread because it gives Israel a positive views than to the Palestinians. So the Palestinians are attackers and the Jews are victims. I don't buy that silly Zionist propaganda...
Perhaps you see only the hate you seek. The original title of the thread ("Jewish doctor saves Palestinian attackers, Muslim doctor saves Jewish victims") --even if an unfortunate pick of words by your criticism of it (& I've now reworded it by that), be that correct or not--was simply based on the particular story in the OP which reads in part:
"For the past month — during a wave of Palestinian attacks on Jews and harsh Israeli responses, including shoot-to-kill countermeasures — the two have worked side by side."
I'm not familiar with the incident in question but certainly it is possible that even if just on that particular wave of attacking that the aggressor might have been as described the Palestinians even if you try to justify every single one of their actions as being caused by existing conditions outside of their control or responsibility, for either side or both sides certainly could put down their aggressions at some point by their own will regardless of conditions.
For instance, my own issue with Israel, though certainly I support its continuing existence, is that to me retaliation is not peace. That there has to be another way.
And so while Palestinians attacking Jews is not so peaceful and while Israeli's retaliation--even if simply in this case while recognizing it might be the aggressor in other cases--of shooting to kill Palestinians is equally also not peaceful, the story which generated this thread featured two doctors working to repair bodies without regard to politics, both Jewish and Arab doctors motivated by their humanitarian spirit, not by war mongering.
Where no one will set or sit a table of peace it features two doctors at their operating tables piecing together victims of war, be the victim bystander, be the victim an active participant on either side is not their concern, but only the continuation of the lives of both. I can't help it that you don't find hope there but instead only more reason to hate.
Perhaps if you instead tried finding examples of peace, that might work towards piecing together a way to a lasting peace.
I simply suggest a tactful tack where tit for tat's not working.