Friday, October 12, 2018

The Homeowner and the Guests

by Moshe Feiglin

IDF soldiers who entered the village of Shwecha, home to the Arab terrorist from Barkan, encountered the situation pictured below. 

This picture shows us the unfiltered reality. Terrorists are standing face to face with an IDF jeep and are not afraid to throw a firebomb directly at the jeep. By any definition and army order, this is a life-threatening act. You do not have to be a military expert to understand that the firebomb thrown at that proximity threatens all the soldiers in the jeep. Do the soldiers jump out of the jeep and shoot? Do they react at all? Do we understand how serious our situation really is? Moshe Feiglin wrote the following about this incident:

If a murderer who tied up and shot a mother of a young baby would have come out of your village, you would probably feel a bit embarrassed, wouldn’t you? The streets of your village would be deserted when they would come to search for the murderer. 

But look at these Arabs in the village of Shwecha, home to the terrorist who murdered two Jews on Sunday. Do they seem ashamed? Are they hiding? On the contrary, they are filled with motivation and self-confidence that can only be achieved with faith in the justice of your cause. For them, the murderer is a national hero.

Look at the poor IDF soldiers. The entire concept of the justice of our cause has been uprooted from their conceptual framework. They think that they are from the UN and that Shwecha is not part of their Land. All that they can do is to hide in their jeep, perform their mission and get out of there.
It’s a good thing that the Right rules in Israel

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