If so, I am truly sorry.
If not, then I don't think your opinion on whether or not it is UNDERSTANDABLE (note I have not said violence is acceptable- completely different terms- it is possible to understand something while neither accepting OR condoning it) holds much weight. Your stance perfectly illustrates my "assumption" that you lack empathy because if you were able to put yourself in the shoes of a refugee and try to understand their fear, frustration and hopelessness, you would own that you may consider lashing out too. No where did I say violence was acceptable, no where. But take a brutalised person and lock them up for years for no crime and expect them to meekly accept it? To not protest? It goes against basic human nature.