Posts Tagged ‘Terror’

I don’t know what to say

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

I was speaking to a friend the other day and he mentioned that a number of people had not been in touch. They care very deeply about our situation, but they are afraid to approach me because “they don’t know what to say.”

I got news for you my friends.

I don’t know what to say either.

But if you are waiting to think of the magic words that are going to make me feel better, then I doubt we will ever talk. Because there are no magic words. The situation is what it is. Stella has cancer and we are doing the best we can to get through it.

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Goldstone Report: The Judge Is Still Lying

Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

So now, Judge Goldstone writes an op-ed in the Washington Post where he admits that the Israeli military did NOT intentionally target civilians in Gaza. But beyond the obvious disgust, there is one part of his “magnum oops” that you might have missed.

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Jerusalem Terror Attack

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Details are still coming in but a short time ago there was a terror attack in downtown Jerusalem. The attack occurred outside the Binyanei Hauma, the international convention center. Bit close to home since I was about to head over there. The registration for the Jerusalem Marathon is taking place there now and there is a running expo at the same time.

Thousands of my fellow runners are around the area. Everyone is looking forward to Friday’s first ever full 42 kilometer Jerusalem race.

Earlier, I had e-mailed a friend who is an emergency doc in Jerusalem to ask his advice about an injury. Now instead of dealing with a runner’s question, he is working on the casualties of the bomb.

Do I have words of wisdom or insight? No.

Bastards.

Are You Paying Terrorists? Follow the Money

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

For all those who pay American taxes, did you know that you are funding terrorism?

Now before you stop reading and assume this is some right-wing polemic, please hear me out. According to the folks at Palestinian Media Watch, (I know — two hat tips in a row, but they really are good,) the Palestinian Authority continues to award cash prizes for the families of terrorists.

In the period prior to the murders of Ruth and Udi Fogel and their three children in the Israeli town Itamar, the Palestinian Authority continued to encourage terror by glorifying terrorists as heroes and role models and through calls for violence. In addition, in an act that sent a clear message of support for terror, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas awarded $2000 to the family of a terrorist who attacked and tried to kill Israeli soldiers – just 2 months ago. 

Now it’s bad enough that Abbas and his thugs are sending checks to reward terrorism, but just think for a moment about where that $2,000 check came from. The Palestinian Authority has almost no revenue. They are completely dependent on hundreds of millions of dollars delivered by the U.S. and other foreign countries. So a portion of your tax dollars is funding the same people who are handing out checks to terrorists and their families.

So as we RIGHT NOW cry rivers of tears for the murdered family from Itamar, I can only imagine how long will it take before we hear that the terrorists have deposited YOUR money as an expression of appreciation from the PA. Yes, the same PA that condemns terrorism in front of the news cameras turns around and pays for it when the cameras are turned off.

And while we are on that note, why are the cameras turned off? Can it be that no one in the media is aware of what’s going on? I mean I hardly did a comprehensive investigation right now. I merely got an e-mail from PMW that lays out the facts. Where does PMW get their information from?

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Terror and Lies

Saturday, March 12th, 2011

“No Palestinian in the past killed an infant and butchered people in such way based on a nationalistic or vengeful motive”

That’s the lie line from the Palestinians over the latest act of butchery where a whole family was slaughtered in their home. Of course, I guess they just missed the statement from the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades which claimed responsibility for the “heroic” operation. In the act of “heroism,” a teenage daughter came home late Friday night to discover that her parents, sisters, and baby brother had been stabbed to death in their beds.

Slitting the throat of a sleeping infant?

Real “heroic” you bastards.

I’m sorry. I forgot. Palestinians could never have been responsible for such an act. No, I guess the thousands of Israelis who have been blown up, shot, stabbed, and axed to death since the Oslo “Peace” treaty were all killed by aliens from Mars.

Don’t you know? Peaceful protest is the only method the Palestinians know. They are shocked by the latest news, just shocked.

Of course, since peace and non-violence pervade Palestinian culture, we should all be just as surprised that anyone should accuse a Palestinian of being behind the brutal terrorist attack. Wherever does the World get these ideas that the Palestinians are a violent people? (For those of you unused to my sarcasm, hold on.)

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