I support Israel.

Just wanted to say that. Because I am SICK of the thousands of protesters from D.C. to Denmark who scream Free Palestine, and whine and curse about the cruelty and “holocaust” that Israel is perpetrating against Gaza. How DARE they even use the term holocaust, that is completely revolting to me. Israel must defend herself.

Where were all the shrieking protesters for the past two or three years as Hamas has been fiercely pursuing the total annihilation of Israel, raining rockets into Israel, intentionally killing civilians, while Israel has always bent over backwards to avoid civilian casualties? Oh, I forgot, they were busy actively promoting the destruction of American civilization on every front, the very civilization that’s given them the freedom to be such double-standard double-speakers. And in Europe, where the bulk of the protests have been taking place, they were too busy enacting Sharia law.

How can civilized people who truly care about human life be supporting these terrorists who purposely use human shields, carry out military operations from schools and hospitals, and proudly train up their children to be suicide bombers? Because if you’re not supporting Israel in this issue, you are certainly supporting Hamas terrorists and radical Islamic anti-semitic jihadists who fund them. There is no other choice no matter how one tries to frame it in the current wishy-washy-it’s-cool-and-intellectual-to-be-anti-American-pro-Palestinian cultural trend.

I support Israel.

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15 Responses to I support Israel.

  1. Becky says:

    I think it’s all in where the money is. Payoffs, bribes…
    Human life is more important than power, prestige and who controls what.
    I just don’t understand all this fighting for power.

  2. Jen says:

    Becky, thank you for commenting. As far as not understanding…I liked this comment on a thread over at MichelleMalkin.com…

    For me the whole moral relativist argument about who’s trying to exterminate whom can be settled by comparing the answers to two simple questions.

    1) How are law-abiding Arabs treated in Jerusalem?
    2) How are law-abiding Jews treated in Mecca?

    (yes, number 2 is a trick question) They aren’t allowed and if one happened to get “in” they would be killed almost immediately.

  3. e-Mom says:

    Bless you! Thanks for speaking out on this issue. :~D

  4. Funkiplanet says:

    You ROCK sister! Tell it. Can I get a witness? Yes you can!

    May the Lord not tarry. But as I wait I will fall on my knees for Jerusalem, for God’s holy people and for the peace in God’s holy city.

    I am called by His name and I will pray.

  5. Jen says:

    e-Mom and Funkiplanet, thank you, mille mercis!! I am so encouraged to hear from you, thank you for speaking for Israel here. The silence of support for Israel is deadening, the propaganda against them is deafening. I just read how during a 10,000 strong anti-Israel, pro-Hamas protest demonstration in a German city yesterday, the German police had the gall to enter a private apartment and remove an Israeli flag from the owner’s window. Supposedly because they were afraid violence would escalate from the mob below. In Germany of all places, where they should know that appeasing a violent mob and squelching free speech, instead of dealing with the aggressive protesters, only encourages the mob that their violent tactics are working.

  6. Mandi says:

    Amen! I too support Israel.
    On the subject – have you seen the documentary called ‘Ever Again’ about the rise of anti-semitism in Europe? I had no idea it was as bad as it is. It is worth the watch.

    Off the subject – Yes – we did move back to Washington and it is soooo good to be home! ( :
    We are back in our little hometown, Tekoa, and living out in the country. Yeah!
    How are you my friend? I have missed you!


  7. Chris says:

    Becky said..

    “I think it’s all in where the money is. Payoffs, bribes… Human life is more important than power, prestige and who controls what. I just don’t understand all this fighting for power.”

    With the same tone and spirit as the original post, I am tired of good people of our day succumbing to the deceptive suggestion that any war is due to both sides being power mongers. Human existence, indeed, is the experience of becoming free. Being freed from our own bonds of sin or bonds of physical force through another’s ideology. A child, bound by the fear of an abusive parent. The Jews bound in death camps. Women and children bound under Sharia law. All of these under someone else’s power. When should one “Fight for Power?”

    I think the first paragraph of America’s own “Fight For Power” helps illustrate why we should “Understand” that in some situations it is essential to life itself to stand, resist and “Fight for Power.”

    When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

    56 men penned the Declaration of Independence – outlining the atrocities put upon them, the bindings, by the king of Great Britain and thus the beginning of their own “Fight for Power.” Read the complete document for detailed description of what those atrocities were. The cost?

    • Five signers were captured by the British as traitors, and tortured before they died.
    • Twelve had their homes ransacked and burned.
    • Two lost their sons serving in the Revolutionary Army, another had two sons captured.
    • Nine of the 56 fought and died from wounds or hardships of the Revolutionary War.
    • Tens of thousands of lives were lost in battle, on the seas and in prison war camps.

    They signed and they pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor in order to be free of another’s “Power.” However, the fruit of their sacrifice has been to this day prosperity unknown by any other nation in the history of the world. Our children can speak what they wish, believe what they wish and become what they wish. My fear however, is that we are not far from the day that we will have taught those very children that they should not “Fight for Power” even when the sum of death is greater than if they were to resist.

    Israel has shown patience unthinkable in the face of years of suicide bombers who have blown up malls and marketplaces flooded with innocent people just going about their daily lives. They have listened to UN officials and countless diplomats who have encouraged them to “show restraint” when they have seen rockets blow up their schools and neighborhoods. They have countless times extended an olive branch to enemies that have called for their complete extermination. In the end however, this is not an earthly struggle but one predicted by God himself through the prophets. Why should we expect anything but this struggle that is happening, why should we not “Understand” this “Fight for Power?”

  8. tipper says:

    Great post-and comments on this subject! I’d like to know: If in an attempt to take back what was once their land Mexico started constantly shooting rockets into the US or sending suicide bombers into our restaurants and bus stops how willing to “just understand and see their side” the Israel haters would be?

  9. Jen says:

    Mandi, thanks for the comment. I’ll be looking for “Ever Again,” thank you for telling me about it. You’re right, it’s very bad. Just read an article yesterday about how sinister things are getting in Turkey…a Jewish shop owner had his store targeted and a large “Do not buy from here, since this shop is owned by a Jew.” sign put up, and worse…

    Chris, the thoughtful comment is so much appreciated!

    Tipper, love the Mexico/US analogy. Very true, and no one would question the US for fighting back if Tijuana started raining rockets into San Diego.

  10. Ilan says:

    I wanted to thank you for your support. It is nice too see. You wrote:”Where were all the shrieking protesters for the past two or three years as Hamas has been fiercely pursuing the total annihilation of Israel…” It is more like 8 years that we have been under the attack….
    And if I may another way to Support Israel.
    Thank you.

  11. Jen says:

    Ilan, I appreciate the clarification on the dates I gave…2 years and 8 years is a big difference to be enduring attacks. Thanks also for the link, I hope some folks who see it will follow up.

  12. Nancy Robinett says:

    I agree with you re. Israel. The news today was Hamas in Gaza is taking humanitarian aid, donated by Americans and others, by force . I hope that the beleagured Palestinians can realize that Hamas and not Israel is to blame for their own humanitarian crisis.

  13. Jen says:

    Nancy, thank you for stopping by!! I totally agree, I also hope that Palestinians realize the source of their crisis.

  14. Ken Bufton says:

    The real story here is that Muslim states/countries etc are unable to live in peace side by side with other faiths. Look at all the conflicts around the world and count how many are between Muslim and non-Muslim coutries……Many people who hate the west and Isreal always claim that the Muslims have been persecuted since the Crusades…what they don’t tell you is that the Crusades they speak of are actually the SECOND Crusades. The first Crusades were initiated by the Muslims and the second Crusades (i.e the ones that the West haters always refer to)were the response. I live in New Zealand and even here the media pained the operations in Gaza by Isreal as murderous ethnic cleansing missions. Night after night the idiot western reporters gave Hamas advertising space on prime time TV by broadcasting their propoganda. Sure the daily rocket attacks by Hamas were mentioned – briefly – but then it was back to footage of dead bodies, ruined buildings etc. and how the Israelis response was excessive. The fact that the Isrealis dropped hundereds of thousands of leaflets urging the civilain population to vacate the areas about to be attacked was also given the briefest possible mention.
    Isreal warned Hamas time and time again to stop the cowardly rocket attacks but they did not take heed. Hamas although cowardly, are very clever. They use pro Hamas western journalists to create hysteria amongst stupid and uninformed Europeans and Americans (hence the anti Israeli protests in those countries) As I mentioned before, Hamas get sympathetic prime time advertising space on billions of TV’s throughout the world. I bet they can’t beleive their luck.
    Lastly, here in New Zealand a major men’s and women’s tennis tournament has recently finished. The female Israeli player (her name escapes me) was the target of left-wing led protests (that included an elected NZ politician)demanding her to pull out of the tournament because of the Israeli operations in Gaza. The unfortunate woman in question was visibly shaken by the protests and she pointed out that she is a tennis player and not a politician. Like Hamas these so called protesters are cowards because they intimidated a sole Israeli woman who clearly stated that she had nothing to do with the conflict. Remember that the pro Hamas Western media is probably more dangerous than Hamas itself as they are able to stir up worldwide sympathy and support for that group by being biased AND selective with their ‘reprting’

  15. Jen says:

    Ken, it’s great to hear from New Zealand on this. Unbelievable and unconscionable that Hamas is getting free advertising from western media.

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