Tag Archives: Arab terrorism

Into the Fray: “Terror”, tigers and tabby cats…

One cannot but think that if another country treated Jews, wearing “kippot” and “peyote”, the way Jewish minors, accused of “terror” are treated in Israel, it would surely be engulfed in a wave of outrage and condemned for blatant antisemitism. This was a week, in which there was much for …

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Into the fray: Presumption of guilt.

The attempt to equate Arab terrorism against Jews with Jewish “terror” against Arabs is playing right into the hands of Israel’s most vehement detractors. The cumulative feeling left by this [Duma] case is… something that ought to worry every Israeli citizen. – Haaretz, January 5 The house had been set …

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No Apology: Jewish and Arab Terrorists Treated Differently

I’ve been humming and hawing for the past week or so regarding the issue of us treating our Jewish terrorists differently from Arab terrorists.  I have not been doing this aloud, but just letting some uncomfortable questions reverberate within my psyche. Should we be shooting to kill when a Jewish …

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Arlene from Israel: “Rush to Judgment”

In the early hours of last Friday morning, in the Arab village of Duma, in Samaria, a Molotov cocktail was thrown into a home, causing a fire that killed a  toddler, Ali Saad Dawabsha, and severely injured three members of his family. http://www.jpost.com/Arab-Israeli-Conflict/Report-Palestinian-baby-killed-in-suspected-W-Bank-Price-Tag-attack-410734 Graffiti spray-painted on the wall led to …

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