Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Which is Cruel and Endangers World Peace, Syrian Use of Chemical Weapons or Israel Building in Land Liberated in 1967, aka "Settlements?"

If the United Nations Security Council or United States President Barack Hussein Obama etc really cared about humanity, peace etc they'd leave Israel alone and go after the Arabs, such as the Syrians who are using chemical weapons to murder civilians or the Gazans who bombed the Israeli south yesterday.
(Reuters) - The United States has indications that a toxic chemical, probably chlorine, was used in Syria this month and is examining whether the Syrian government was responsible, the U.S. State Department said on Monday.
"We have indications of the use of a toxic industrial chemical" in the town of Kfar Zeita, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said, referring to a rebel-held area.

Attack by Gaza on Israel:
The first 3 projectiles sic* struck uninhabited areas in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council and set off sirens and caused no damage.Another two rockets were launched and caused light damage in Sderot.
In addition, the IDF reported that early Monday morning an RPG was launched toward IDF forces on the border but caused no injuries.
IDF later shot warning shots into Gaza. The shots caused no reported injuries inside Gaza.
Last week, Israel Air Force jets struck five terror targets in the Gaza Strip, following rocket attacks on southern Israel the previous night**. (Jerusalem Post)
Sderot. April 21, 2014. Photo by Eliyahu Hershkowitz Ha'aretz
Israel is one of the most benign, even nebishy (wimpy) countries in the world. Instead of destroying our enemies we politely desperately beg for peace.

The truth is that we won't have peace until we totally destroy our enemies. No "deal" or "peace" sic treaty will do the job. The Arab terrorists should be executed and not wined, dined and educated in Israeli jails until they're released to attack again!

*What's a "projectile?" It sounds rather obscene, like a tool for rape...
**According to Reuters, there had been quiet from Gaza "the first cross-border clash in several weeks..." Whom do you believe?

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