Sunday, 11 November 2012

Rocket Attacks on Israel: He Who is Compassionate to the Cruel..


He Who is Compassionate to the Cruel Will Ultimately Become Cruel to the Compassionate...

Never has this phrase been more apparent than in Israel right now. In order to spare "innocent civilians" in Gaza, the government and IDF has sat back for a decade as 13,000 rockets have hit our beloved country. 

The result is that our own citizens live in constant fear, run in and out of bomb shelters all day, and are left to deal with the shame of being abandoned by our own government.

This is the 100% opposite of what the Torah teaches Jews to do. There are no such things as "innocent civilians" in a war, and our failure to abide by this has cost thousands of Jewish lives, as our enemies live in peace across the border. Not only that, but all of the electricity and water in Gaza is provided by Israel, so when our people are in the midst of running to their next shelter, Gazans are at home with bright lights and satisfied stomachs laughing at how stupid and pathetic we have become in regards to terror. Shameful, truly shameful.

View the following video to see the danger Jewish children in Israel face daily, due to the constant attacks by Islamonazi terrorists in Gaza and the abandonment of the Israeli government.



For years, I have been hoping and praying that the Israeli government would take definitive action against Hamas. Declare war, not futile retaliatory strikes.

Seeing the terror these poor children face daily in the video makes me sick to my stomach, knowing these children will experience this throughout their entire childhood. My G-d, a single rocket attack is more than enough to permanently traumatize most adults, let a lone a child facing these constant attacks.


The Israeli government need to act NOW!


Jewish Defence League UK

4 comments:

  1. It says what many think and few write. If something similar had happened somewhere here in EU, it had caused a LOT of noise and action! Actually a number of countries promised to help to stop weapons to Gaza, http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3657688,00.html
    but when Israel itself does not do more than react, not act, they are maybe discouraged.

    Barak should be forced to live in Sderot at least half the time.

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  2. To the American Jews. When Israel is wiped off the map, you need to remember that the vast majority of you voted to re-elect a Muslim sympathizer. I am just sorry that it will be the Israeli Jews and not you that go. I hope you can live with your decision.

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  3. COME ON ISRAEL!!!!!!.....It is not honorable to be kind to the enemy,especially at expense of Jews....If your enemy comes to kill you, kill him....
    AM Y'ISRAEL CHAI!!!!.......has meaning, damn it.

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  4. "In order to spare "innocent civilians" in Gaza, the government and IDF has sat back for a decade" ... so the Gaza War in 2008 is Israel 'sitting back'? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaza_War

    "This is the 100% opposite of what the Torah teaches Jews to do. There are no such things as "innocent civilians" in a war, and our failure to abide by this has cost thousands of Jewish lives" ... indeed, because some of Israel's enemies agree ... they don't see a difference between civilian targets or military targets ... I remember hearing it said that due to mandatory military service in Israel, they considered all people of Israel military targets.

    There is a problem when any group decides that there isn't or shouldn't be a line between civilians and the military ... that killing one is just as good as killing the other ... it leads to lots of civilians getting killed. If you truly believe that there are no innocent civilians, than the logical course of action would be to carpet bomb any enemy of Israel, killing every man, woman, and child of any state that raises its hand against Israel, even if it is only the leaders who wish the conflict, and not its people. Such an act would be an act of indiscriminate genocide.

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