In March Arab terrorists murdered eight young Jewish seminary students at study of the Torah. Itamar Marcus of Palestinian Media Watch points out that the leaders of the propaganda for Hamas and Palestinian Authority TV with their televised sermons, cartoons, comic books and school books have constructed a machine to incite mass murder similar to that of the Hutu journalists who spearheaded the genocide of Tutsis in Rwanda.
Hamas and Hezbollah, two of the terorist organizations that work for the physical annihilation of Israel describe Jews as 'pigs', 'cancer'. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, in continually vowing to '"wipe Israel off the map" for which he is building a vast nuclear arsenal without the world or the Obama administration lifting a finger to stop him, uses the expression 'dead rats' Not only do the rabid anti-Zionists who boycott and demonize Israel display gross and racist anti-Semitism , but they also responsible to a large extent for terror against Israeli women and children. This is because Moral denigration encourages physical elimination It is entirely in keeping in the character of Islamists or rabidly leftist anti-Zionists that they should carry a rabid hatred of Israel to the point of defending the killers of Israeli children.
There is certainly. The mainstream and left-wing world media are also extremely culpable for fomenting mass killing of Jewish men, women and children in Israel. As Claude Lanzmann director of the monumental film Shoah wrote "When 'settlers' were killed it was intolerable to read in the newspapers stuck in a corner of the page 'settler women killed' or worse 'settler child strangled' as if the twofold stigma of Jew and settler made the murder understandable, justified it and dismissed it from our attention".
This book carries the stories of the victims.
Thousands of Israeli Jewish men, women and children have died from bombs, bullets or knife attacks, and thousands of others have been maimed, blinded, orphaned, widowed and terrorized. In on the Eve of the Jewish New Year, seven month old Shaked Abraham was shot dead in her crib by an Arab murderer who forced his way into her parent's house as the family was celebrating the New Year. A ten-month-old Jewish baby, Shalhevet Pass, was shot in her father's arms by an Arab sniper in The following year, a five-year-old girl, Danielle Shefi, was shot to death at point blank range by an Arab killer, while cowering under her parents' bed.
That same year, two boys, four- and five-years old, Matan and Noam Ohayon where shot dead together with their mother as she read them a bedtime story, in a kibbutz, by Arab terrorists. In the summer of pregnant Jewish women Tali Hatuel and her four terrified little daughters were executed at point blank range by terrorists of the Popular Resistance Committees, one after the other after Tali's car had been spun off the road by gunfire.
Then there are the thousands of suicide bombing perpetrated by Arab terrorists in malls, restaurants, schools, buses and everywhere else where Jewish men, women and children in Israel gathered. Victims were killed, burned, maimed and shards of metal infected with rat poison lodged into their bodies.
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Unlike a traditional war zone, the victims are often riding, sitting in schools or enjoying a meal. So far Jewish children have been killed, 9 of them less than a year old, 9 pregnant women have been murdered, children have lost one parent and 31 have lost both. The youngest victim of terror was just one day old. At the Dolphinarium Disco on June 1, , 21 Israeli teenagers were killed and wounded, many maimed for life, after a suicide bomber blew himself up in their midst Hamas claimed responsibility and celebrated the attack.
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Shaina Dorfman whose grandfather was a rabbi and was burned by the Nazis in Russia, lost her only daughter in an attack on a night club in Tel Aviv but believes in the Jewish saying, Yiyhe Beseder "Everything will turn out alright' In Netanya in March , in the single greatest massacre of Jews after World War II, 37 Jewish men, women and children died after a Hamas bomber detonated himself during a seder or celebration of the Jewish passover Pesach Bestselling author Naomi Ragen wrote of the attack "It seems to me to epitomize the the savagery and barbarity of our enemies who love death.
They say so openly. I am not a vengeful person.
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It has become a codeword for leaving your selves vulnerable to the attacks of your enemies, who can only be defeated by war. People forget that Israel is home to the highest number of Holocaust survivors in the world, and when terrorists target Israelis, they are targeting survivors and that is a particular obscenity. Europeans built memorial to dead victims of the Nazis but they seem perfectly OK with the idea that the living victims or their children are being terrorized and slaughtered by terrorist savages".
Ever victim of the terror attacks that since have killed thousands of Israeli has a name and a family, just as victims of the Holocaust did. The Sbarro Restaurant massacre was a Palestinian terrorist attack on a pizzeria in downtown Jerusalem on 9 August , in which 15 civilians were killed, including 7 children and a pregnant woman, and wounded.
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A survivor describes he 'saw a man lying on the street shaking like he was being electrocuted, and child that looked dead in another man's arms Two strollers were overturned on the pavement amid broken glasses, blood splotches, fragments of tables, a charred chair back, a half open purse with a small teddy bear as a good luck charm.
The author describes the terror suffered by the people of the town of Sderot, where Hamas rockets shot from the Gaza strip have created a climate of fear and crippled the town. Children growing up in Sderot suffer all the symptoms of traumatization that children suffer from war. Hamas and it's allied terror groups deliberately target children on their way to school in Sderot and other Jewish communities near the Israeli border with Gaza.
Regarding Sderot, Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu has pointed out regarding this daily war to destroy Israel that "There is only one example in history in which thousands of rockets have been fired at a civilian population. In that war the Allies razed German cities to the ground, leaving hundreds of thousands dead. Israel decided to behave differently".
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The author reminds us that decoding media bias begins and the war against Israel begins where the effects of Islamic terrorism are concealed Israel is denied by the world community the right to defend her people like a boxer who is expected to fight with his hands tied behind his back. Gabi Ladowski whose brother was murdered in a Hamas bombing of a student cafe at Ben-Gurion university on July 31 pointed out that "The Israeli leadsership is far from perfect but it does not incite the killing of one's neighbours , it does not kidnap, it does not kidnap or throw stones at passerby.
The people of Israel have a long history of victory over destruction, annihilation, hatred and persecution. The right way is love of life, good works and education and doing good for humanity". Israel is a refuge for the Jews. If Israel had existed before the Shoah millions of Jewish lives would have been saved.
Every decent human on this earth will stand with Israel in her hour of need.
View all 4 comments. Aug 09, Gary rated it it was amazing. Shaina Dorfman whose grandfather was a rabbi and was burned by the Nazis in Russia, lost her only daughter in an attack on a night club in Tel Aviv but believes in the Jewish saying, Yiyhe Beseder "Everything will turn out alright' In Netanya in March , in the single greatest massacre of Jews after World War II, 37 Jewish men, women and children died after a Hamas bomber detonated himself during a seder or celebration of the Jewish passover Pesach Bestseling author Naomi Ragen wrote of the attack "It seems to me to epitomize the the savagery and barbarity of our enemies who love death.
It has become a codeword for leaving your selves vulenrable to the attacks of your enemies, who can only be defeated by war. View 1 comment. Dec 16, Teechbiz rated it really liked it Shelves: first-reads. Meotti presents us with facts and descriptions that are generally ignored by the US media. The spirit of Israel cannot be killed and life will triumph over death. Jun 08, Luke rated it really liked it Shelves: goodreads-first-reads.
This is truly a fine book. It would be easy for these victims to slide out of recent memory and headlines as the years pass and we are further inured to the frequent violence of these attacks, which makes what Giulio Meotti has done that much more important.
If the reader has a similar experience to mine, the names and stories will at first shock and horrify, then overwhelm, and by the end of the book the stream of innocent victims will merge into the larger stream of casualties of anti-Semitic violence which stretches back to the earliest days of mankind.
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I was consistently amazed to learn more about the ever-hardening resolve of the Israeli nation in the face of this violence. That the determination of a nation was being ossified in the furnaces of terror and hatred. This book is inspiring, mournful, and vital.
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May God bless the nation of Israel and her people as they continue to face the hatred of her neighbors and enemies. Thanks for taking the time to read my review. Jan 28, Annelise rated it really liked it. I thought this book would be more of a historical survey of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
It isn't. It is a collection of the stories of the many victims of terrorism in Israel. I initially wanted it to be more - an explanation, a background, a context - but I realized it was intended to be not much more than what it is on its face. First, because the author is an Italian journalist who is writing to an anti-Semitic European audience, but second, because not all things have an explanation.
As I thought this book would be more of a historical survey of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. As a history and poli-sci student, I want to find explanations for everything, including terrorism in Israel. But as I read story after story of innocent lives brutally ended, whole families annihilated by one suicide bomber, survivors of Auschwitz and Buchenwald murdered in their homeland, what explanation can satisfy? Jan 27, Steven Mclain rated it it was amazing. A heartbreaking work told with love and care, this book could easily have meandered into polemic; instead, we are faced with the harsh truths of daily Israeli life.
Meotti introduces the reader to a terrifying reality, one which becomes all the more agonizing when we realize that it comes so close behind the great horrors of the twentieth century. Putting names to numbers--the numbers of faceless statistics--while carefully invoking the specter of numbers tattooed to arms and chest in concentrat A heartbreaking work told with love and care, this book could easily have meandered into polemic; instead, we are faced with the harsh truths of daily Israeli life.
Putting names to numbers--the numbers of faceless statistics--while carefully invoking the specter of numbers tattooed to arms and chest in concentration and extermination camps, Meotti gives a real sense of the human horror of terrorism against the modern Israeli state.
Horrifying to read, yet altogether necessary for it. This was a very had to read book but it was really awesome that the stories of so many of the victims are being told. I think this would be a good book for Christians to read so they would understand, really understand that Jewish people are going through. I came away with a sense of sadness and wanting to help in any way I could.
Nov 06, Chana Billet rated it really liked it.