“The message is disturbing yet distinct . . . The answer is straightforward and succinct.”
(Doctor Doolittle 1967)
There are good and bad individuals in all societies and cultures. However, neither are judged by its individuals, as much as being judged by its actions as a whole.
Until now, for the most part I have kept out of writing about much of the hate and intolerance that has emanated from Gaza. One never can objectively express a common-sense opinion to a repulsive society that, from its very beginning, emphasizes with passion their primary duty in life from birth is to kill, in whatever means at their disposal, as many Israeli Jews, be it children or adults, as possible.
It’s a known fact, if you want to take control of the minds and souls of your citizens, you start with the children. In this, Gaza excels, and they’re probably better at it than Daesh (ISIS), Hezbollah, the Syrians and Iranians and all the other psychopaths living in the region combined. Today, in the Gaza Strip, the obsessive devotion to kill Jews starts at an early age and is as much a part of the child’s growth as learning to count.
In past years we have been subjected to a plethora of videos emanating out of the Gaza Strip where its children have proudly expressed a willingness to kill Jews, much of which has gone unabated, without the slightest expression of rage, from western-based non-government organisations and UN officials, whose sole interest in life is to make sure their personal monthly incomes continue as well as the successful solicitation for ongoing funding.
Much of the western media refuse to express an honest opinion of the abhorrent hatred existing in the Gaza Strip. They fear they will lose their accreditation and thus their ability of, dare I say it, of reporting with ‘impartiality’ in this god forsaken strip of land.
Tarek Fatah, well-known and respected Canadian writer, broadcaster, secularist, activist and a founder of the Muslim Canadian Congress, stated at a UNHRC Geneva conference in 2013, “Any nation, any society, any country that is created on the basis of a hatred towards the others, will soon run out of people that it can hate or groups it can decimate and it will devour itself.”
Perhaps it’s time to take Fatah seriously and look at this strip of land as a lost cause. After all, none of the region’s Arabs, Turks or Iranians want anything to do with it, unless it is to incite Gazans to kill Jews.
Killing Jews also strikes a euphoric chord with the adult masses. For devoid of reality, it appeals to many of the region’s adults, who through their earlier years of exposure to child abuse and indoctrination, prefer to ‘return’ to their childhood era where magical thinking reigned supreme. For them, “Kill the Jews” has a nice ring to it. And for many of the western media the very thought of it surely is better than reporting about how the State of Israel is doing its darnedest to assist Syrians through its Operation Good Neighbor project.
To quote The Times of Israel of July 16, 2017:
“In the year since the operation [Operation Good Neighbor] was launched, over 600 Syrian children, accompanied by their mothers, have come to Israel for treatment. Hundreds of tons of food, medical equipment and clothing have also been sent across the border to Syria, clearly bearing Hebrew labels from Israeli companies. The IDF is also currently facilitating the construction of two clinics within Syria, which will be run by locals and workers from NGOs. This includes logistical coordination and sending over building materials and medical equipment, according to the army. These clinics are meant to support 80,000 Syrians living in the area near the Syrian city of Quneitra, just across the border.”
Over the years I have seen groups of splenetic small-minded antisemite bigots of this world become more adventurous in their misguided fantasy that we Jews are weak, pathetic individuals, without any backbone. Over the years I have seen once respected newspapers, such as Britain’s The Guardian, turn its back on striving to present a balanced view of Middle East issues, to be now in the forefront of stoking the fires of antisemitism and hate. Over the years I have seen NGOs and international rights groups fervently compete for funding by branding themselves as leading authorities on Middle East issues – translate this as Israel apartheid – yet refuse to focus their resources on victims of democide in the region.
“The stench of hate, pure evil and foul disease continues unabated today”
We have seen Israelis murdered, such as in the 2014 terror attack on a synagogue, the result of which was lauded by Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri who said in a statement. “Hamas calls for more operations like it.” In a separate statement Islamic Jihad added, “Islamic Jihad salutes the operation in Jerusalem which is a natural response to the crimes of the occupier.” The two terrorists killed four rabbis and a policeman died of his injuries. The terrorists used a gun and meat cleavers. At least eight other people were injured. And right on cue, this noxious act, orchestrated by their devil, became a satanic holiday in Gaza.
And a year later in 2015, “an assailant approached the entrance of a Tel Aviv synagogue at prayer time, and stabbed and killed two worshipers.”
This past weekend was no different. Last Friday the Gazan authority again celebrated in the street by showering its citizens with candies in response to the news that a 19-year-old Palestinian teenager stabbed to death an Israeli 70-year-old grandfather and his two adult children, and gravely wounded his wife in their home.
Celebrating and praising their own murderers is part of their stagnant hypoxia culture. It is not ours. To partially quote Tarek Fatah, “Let them devour themselves.”
Alan Simons is the publisher and owner of jewishinfoNews