Hamas War

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

4 Innocent Jews Murdered by Arab Terrorists, Just Like When Rachella Druk Was Murdered

My neighbor, Rachella Druk, mother of seven, was murdered on the eve of the Madrid Conference on her way to a demonstration to strengthen then Prime Minister Yitzchak Shamir.  The bus was shot at by Arab terrorists murdering Rachella, the driver, Yitzchak Rofeh and wounding a number of children.  Shamir should have packed his bags and returned home explaining:
אין עם מי לדבר  Ain im mi lidaber.  There's nobody to talk to.  
That means that the talks are pointless.  If the Arabs wanted peace they wouldn't be murdering Jews.

Here we are again, deja vu.  Four Jews were just murdered by Arab terrorists while Israel's present Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is preparing to negotiate with the same Arabs.

Bibi, please come home!!

אין עם מי לדבר  Ain im mi lidaber.  There's nobody to talk to. 

That means that the talks are pointless.  If the Arabs wanted peace they wouldn't be murdering Jews.


Anonymous said...

Another similarity to the Druk murder:

One of the couples killed leave behind 7 children.

HY"D. Actually, that's what we should be doing.

Anonymous said...


- Peace doesn't come by negotiations. Peace comes by first winning our war against the enemy.

goyisherebbe said...

Unfortunately there is no one to talk to in terms of our leaders, either. They are too caught up in what the diplomats, politicians, jurists and journalists of the world are going to think. Rav Meir Kahane HY"D once wrote that a politician's speech was missing a three-letter word: G-d. I believe that if we had a prime minister or president who would give an interview wearing tallit and tefillin, the world would suddenly look at us differently.

Batya said...

goyish, actually Menachem Begin mentioned G-d, but that didn't help, because he also worshiped his own version of morality.

Shy, the A7 site says 6 plus the baby who was due to be born, but that's quibbling. Six children now have neither mother nor father. Who will raise them?

Ariel, we won in 1967 but since then have been trying to give back the gift G-d gave us.

Sefardi Gal said...

Baruch Dayan Haemet. Very upsetting news...
I'm sure they're neshamot are in Gan Eden.

People need to realize that there's no such thing as peace talks. If the enemy hasn't budged for thousands of years, why would they do so now?

Anonymous said...

B"H - Winning a war in my dictionary Batya means breaking the enemy's will and ability to fight you. As far as G-d's gift is concerned, yes, He delivered on a silver plate Zion, the Temple Mount and most of the Land of Israel to the Jews, as He promised, and not "us", but our Erev Rav rulers of the Golden Calf State try to undo His handiwork. There is a lot of deception and confusion out there, like "chief rabbis" of the Golden Calf entity who deliver korans to slightly burned mosques, and unless the Jews learn to recognize who is who and what is what, there is no chance we can win our war. Yes, there is a relatively simple guide as to understand who is doing what. Our Torah: Anything that is Torah compatible, like building the third Temple, appointing a Jewish King, righteous Judges and officers in every village - is Jewish, therefore good, and anything that is not Torah compatible and imported from the nations, like electing knessets, tolerating a non Jewish so called supreme court, these goy-looking and goyshe-thinking prime ministers, refusing to possess the Land - is bad. Very bad. In my view amounts, in fact, to a Golden Calf regime both technically and politically and there is no way Hashem will not punish us for our new and enthusiastic dancing around it. As it says in Haazinu, Devarim (Deut.) 32:21: “They provoked Me with a non-god, angered Me with their vanities; so shall I provoke them with a non-people, with a vile nation shall I anger them.” What could we learn from this if we ever wanted to actually learn anything? A few things. First of all, that our Arab palestinist enemy is nothing more, or nothing less for that matter, than the execution of a pasuk from the Jewish bible. Then, we could learn if we wanted to, that as this vile nation is put in our way by non other than Hashem, our G-d, as a punishment for our sins, we can’t fight them by fighting them. The only way we can fight our palestinist enemy is by returning to Hashem, to our God, by making TSUVA. Should we do the right things, individually and as a nation, like building the Temple, instead of crawling to the States to lick Hussein Obama’s boots, this palestinist enemy would dissolve into nothing, like the fog dissolves in the morning. On a more elevated level this pasuk also could teach us, if we wanted to learn anything ever, that we are a special people and that our strength is not the combined strengths of a shuls and Jewish housing destroying IDF and the IAF, or the strength of the State’s alliance with America, but it is, in all, the Jewish people’s alliance with Hashem, with our G-d, blessed is He and not anyone else! But, we never learn, we are a stiffed necked people, so don’t put your hopes up too high, chances are that these vile palestinists will keep on angering us for a while and none other than on our G-d’s behalf.

Batya said...

sg, yes, I agree

aby, we took a victory and turned it into mush.