Why armed conflicts never end

This "offensive" as their means to "solve" the problem is like giving paracetamol to an end stage cancer patient.
They are creating more problems than solution.
Chaos than peace. More lives and properties lost than preservation of them in any way.
And as the number of families affected by this war increases, as more and more dead bodies to be considered either as "perhaps a rebel or a collateral, maybe both?", they are creating MORE REASONS for those people who lost their love ones, those who remain and survive all those terror of war, to take arms and resist.
How hard is that to understand?
Say the Military kills 24 "rebels". How many of those 24 are actually civilians caught up in the crossfire? Have we ever asked about that? Should we really accept everything that these men in green, these "Arms for Peace" are saying?
How many of those families, sons, fathers, even daughters and sisters, friends, neighbors will feel the pain? How many of them will choose to take revenge instead for they have no where else to run? When they have no more jobs, no more homes to return to, no more families left to hold on to, no more future to look forward to... Aren't they giving them more reasons to fight against them? Oh why not, if they are gaining something from (more funds, more "actions", more chances of promotions) why not right? These people are just collaterals anyway, nobody would sympathize with them, just call them "terrorists" and they are as good as dead.
And then they ask to their own bewilderment: "How come this armed conflict never seems to ceased? We have been trying to decimate them all! And yet more and more of them comes out?" And they never asked, that it is their own presence that brings terror to the people of that land.

It's an endless cycle of hate.

No, they are not trying to "eliminate" the problem. They are actually fueling the fire more.
Fire can never end fire.
Why is this so hard for them to understand? Why? Because they only know one thing to solve a problem: Put a bullet in the other's head.

It's an endless cycle of hatred and apathy. 
Something that could never be solved by more bullets, or even words as this one.

I... I don't know how this will end -_-

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