The idea that International Law looks out for military necessity, and not only humanitarian rights, is lost on journalists and those who freely volunteer their personal opinion of international law as a club to beat the IDF whenever a military situation arises.
A troubling side effect of the Zionist enterprise is that 70 years after the State of Israel came into being, a wedge has grown between Israelis and the Diaspora, driven by guilt and presumptions of moral superiority.
We salute the IDF and Netanyahu for their decisive roles in the events of the past week. But we must embark upon a strategy of triumph. If we do not do so, President Trump will want to make "peace." Remember Oslo?
Nothing could expose the true intent of the Judeocidal riots on Gaza border more than the Nazi-style swastikas on incendiary kites flown into Israel to set Jewish property (& if possible, Jewish people) ablaze.
What makes Jewish students so vulnerable? Young Jewish students come to college ignorant of Jewish history, let alone modern Israeli history or current events. They are totally unprepared for the onslaught of their well-funded, organized deceitful opposition.
Despite the Women’s Institute of Halakhic Leadership (WIHL) program’s efforts at obfuscation, the Morat Hora’ah U’Manhigah Ruchanit program clearly flouts the rulings of the greatest rabbinic authorities of this generation from across the spectrum.
The Palestinians are hoping to extort protection money from the Americans. It is like saying, "You see what will happen to you if you stop funding me? It could always get worse for you. I suggest that you restore my accountability-free funding, and perhaps I will see to it that you do not get hurt."
The cruel reality is that every time Israel accidentally kills a Gaza civilian, Israel loses and Hamas wins. Israelis grieve every civilian death its army accidentally causes and Hamas benefits. That is why Hamas encourages its women and children to become martyrs.