After all, Benjamin Netanyahu had never launched any war on the Palestinians, let alone on Gaza strip.
The Israeli Prime Minister has boasted never having declared a war in the total of seven years he has led the country, despite he himself being a belligerent talker.
About a month ago, in a Knesset speech, Netanyahu accused his predecessor Ehud Olmert of entering 'two unnecessary wars', the Second Lebanon War and Operation Cast Lead in Gaza.
And in Washington, President Barack Obama remains adamant when it comes to Israeli atrocity in Gaza. The most he will say is 'Israel deserves every rights to defend itself from the Palestinian provocation', knowing well that Tel Aviv is ready to massacare a few thousand Palestinians over the death of its one soldier.
The United Nations?
Forget it! The UN is in the US bloody hands. No way they will condemn the air attacks whicn began on Tuesday night. If there is any, the US and its allies in Security Council will veto it.
In Doha, Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem al-Thani warned that Israel's deadly raids on the Islamist-controlled must not go unpunished, state news agency QNA reported on Thursday.
"This vicious attack must not pass unpunished," QNA quoted the premier as saying at a Wednesday meeting in Saudi Arabia of the six Gulf Arab states. "The UN Security Council must take up its responsibility to secure peace and security in the world."
Malaysia also urged the United Nations, particularly the Security Council, to take immediate resolute action over what it called irresponsible military action by Israel against innocent civilians in Gaza.
Foreign Minister Anifah Aman said Malaysia condemned in the strongest terms the continuing Israeli military assaults and air strikes on Gaza, which have led to the deaths of a Palestinian leader and seven others, including two children.
"Malaysia urges all parties involved to stop any provocative action, remain calm and exercise restraint to avoid greater damage and loss of life, especially among the civilian population in the Gaza Strip," he said in a statement today.
And where is Anwar Ibrahim, the opposition leader? Will he issue a similar statement... or will he choose not to say anything about it?