Are Ambassador's Responsible for the problems and conflicts in their country?
What are their roles?
What happens ( in the case of Israel, hypothetically) if the Israeli ambassador was against the occupation, and was trying to make good things happen, but was ignored by their own government, and the rest of the world saw them as representing an oppressive government, when in reality, they were a good person, with good morals, only wanting to help others in the world.
I am asking this, since I received an e-mail on the Students for Justice in Palestine list serve at my school, which showed a youtube video of a bunch of students in Sweden throwing shoes at the Israeli Ambassador at Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden.
Here is the link:
I mean, I feel like someone like President George W. Bush deserved the shoe (since he was the one that wanted the US to invade Iraq, and DID INVADE Iraq), but an ambassador of Israel? Are they really responsible for all the problems?
What do you think? Yes or no?
Please let me know