While the world watches the events unfolding in the disputed area of Golan Heights, one has to ask the question, "Where is the world condemnation?" Benjamin Netanyahu's comment, "Unfortunately, extremist forces around us are trying today to breach our borders and threaten our communities and our citizens. We will not let them do that." seems to be all that the political world needs to sit back and watch in silence. Yet other countries trying to enforce their borders peacefully - without gunfire or death are met with loud cries of human rights violations. Look at the situations in countries such as Italy, France and Australia. All continually trying to head off and deal peacefully with a huge influx of refugees, who's identities and intentions are unknown. All consistently in the firing line of human rights groups from within and without, yet none of these countries have been known to intentionally and willfully open fire on these "extremist forces....... trying today to breach our borders and threaten our communities and our citizens". When will the rest of the world stop kowtowing to Netanyahu and his bully boy tactics and stop the Israeli government doing unto others as they have had done to them?