Feeling the Pane is not Enough—Arab Nationalists Murder Jews on Independence Day.
Two days ago, on Yom HaZickaron, Israel’s Prime Minster Naftali Bennett told an audience of Israelis who had lost family members to Arab nationalists over the last 74 years he felt their pain. One day later on Yom Ha’ atzmaut Independence Day, three more innocent Jews were butchered by Arab nationalists wheeling axes and knives to carry out their bloody work while celebrating Independence Day with friends and family.
It would appear feeling the pane is not enough to stop these beasts from killing and maiming Jews when the feeling takes them.
Suppose Prime Minister Bennett and his government are serious about stopping more bloodshed and pane. In that case, they will have to do something more than making empty platitudes and carry out failed security policies.
When is enough? How many Jews have to die before an Israeli government eradicates the Arab nationalist threat to the Jewish State and its people? When?
The establishment Jewish leadership calls for restraint and urges Jews to be patient and not react to the constant killing of their brothers and sisters. The murder of unarmed Jews in their homeland shows the bankruptcy of the current Jewish leadership and its failed policies.
It’s way overdue for a revaluation of values and what it means to live in a Jewish state and the collapse of assimilated Jewish leadership. It’s plain to see that to continue doing the same ineffectual things is an immoral violation of Jewish sovereignty in the Land. We should have no qualms in extinguishing Arab violence for good. Then-Prime Minister, you honestly can tell the people you feel their pain.