Unlike during the aftermath of the MH370 tragedy, this time I am not going to comment much.
I had not posted anything the past three days as a mark of respect for those who lost their life in the MH17 tragedy.
This time I rather let the investigators do their job and wait for their findings.
I am not even going to dignify insensitive comments by pro-Pakatan individuals, portals, and other media that suggested the tragedy was the fault of Malaysia Airlines. I will not respond to them.
I just want to pray for the victims and hope for their loved ones not to suffer too much.
I also pray for the perpetrators of the tragedy, if any, to be brought to justice.
Whatever it is, at least this time we know where the plane went down and the most likely reason for the crash.
If it is true that the plane was shot down by a missile, those who shot the missile and the supplier of the missile must pay for what they did.
I know. It's a long shot, but I am still hopeful for justice to be served for the 298 souls who were lost and their grieving families.
The record of past similar incidents was not very good though on that account.
There were the case of
In both incidents, the individuals who were responsible for pulling the trigger were not punished but in fact bestowed with medals by their country.
I hope the MH17 case will be different.
I am also still hoping for a closure to the still missing MH370.
May they all rest in peace.