In the Middle East and especially in Israel everything is upside-down. The underdog is the villain, the Left-wingers are the millionaires and the generals are pacifists. It’s crazy.
Eco-terrorism normally means: fighters for the environment being unlawful trying to force (alleged) polluters. But with Arab Palestinian eco-terrorism I mean: using pollution as a weapon.
To be fair, ecology is a Western concept (after the West ruined the environment world-wide) and traditional pollution in the Arab world is not the same thing as capitalism-driven destruction of the environment.
Some nomads of the Middle East used to behave like swarms of grasshoppers, every time depleting their resting place and then move on. Traditional local houses used to have walls around them and anything outside of them didn’t interest the inhabitants. Against the backdrop of such a history, not every disregard of the surroundings in the Middle East can be called an aware attack on them.
Anyhow, the threat of the junta in Gaza to pump sewage into the Mediterranean no doubt is terrorism against the ecosystem.
I’m not saying that it’s not understandable. They hate the Jews and Zionists. Why should they care about anything that doesn’t help them in their fight against them? The sea and the countries around it have not joined their jihad against the Jewish State. And it definitely does not care about its own starving population. It doesn’t even care about life, as we can see in their propaganda glorifying dying a martyr over living a normal life. So, I understand them; which is not the same approving.
Wonder if the UN and Greenpeace this time will condemn them for their murderous threat? Na. They will blame Israel and the PA.