In the last day or so (all of these copied and pasted from news wire stories on the net):
- Myanmar's military government on Thursday officially annulled the results of the country's 1990 general election, a poll it chose to ignore at the time when the main opposition party won by a landslide.
- Militants have attacked the office of a Western aid agency in north-western Pakistan, killing six people
- Chinese government has increased security across parts of the vast Tibetan plateau to dissuade any Tibetans from holding protests this week
- More than 20 civilians have been killed in a second day of intense fighting between Somali government troops and opposition forces in the capital Mogadishu.
(among countless other deadly and rights-suppressing actions taken by governments and quasi-government organizations during that span)
But, of course, all you can think to do is once again call Israel a "criminal state" because it announced plans to build a few new houses in a pre-existing community.
And, please, don't bother claiming that there's nothing to "debate" in those other stories; as your OP makes clear you're not "debating" anything either. All you're doing is trying to be provocative with a mind-numbingly simplistic sweeping generalization with no discussion, no analysis, no thought and no insight of any kind whatsoever.
In other news:
Fabianfnas criticized for his post. When will he ever learn?