At first, I am unsure of where I stand on important issues and whether I need to take a stand at all. I express my lack of knowledge and understanding about a specific topic, but I am encouraged to still take a stance. The conversation takes a tense turn as it discusses the suffering of Palestinians and accuses me of supporting their genocide. I vehemently deny any hatred towards Jews or the desire for any group to be wiped out. Despite this, the conversation continuously implies that I support either terrorism or genocide, highlighting the complexity of the issue. I try to acknowledge the complications and express my belief that terrorism is wrong, but I am questioned about my support for terrorism multiple times. I clarify that I am not supporting terrorism, but the conversation remains focused on accusing me of supporting either side extreme. Ultimately, I realize that everyone involved in the conflict has their flaws, and I am hesitant to fully support either side. I express a desire for peace and to not be actively involved or associated with the conversation anymore.