Friday, October 10, 2014

Palestinian children, innocence, rhetoric and savagery

...And, yes, Dr. Ashrawi, animals do have more feelings for their children than the people who use their children as weapons do.

Frimet/Arnold Roth..
This Ongoing War..
08 October '14..

Finding yourself in a war waged against a regular society by terrorists is, more and more, something that people who never saw it coming find they have to learn to comprehend and live with.

If only the news-reporting media helped us all make sense of it - but the reality is the people who package and deliver the news are often not well-equipped themselves to analyze and interpret it for the rest of us.

More than six years ago, in the pages of FrontPageMagazine, Frimet Roth wrote a critical expose of where the Palestinian Arab people's political leaders stand on the subject of the murder of children - their own and ours. Along the way, she quotes a leading Palestinian Arab political insider, Hanan Daoud Khalil Ashrawi, whose ability to make well-articulated statements totally at odds with reality has served her career well. It's arguable, we think, that Ashrawi gets credit for bringing certain Western audiences to a degree of ambivalence and even understanding of terrorist savagery via the rhetoric of peace-making. That's no small achievement.

The cynical manipulation of children's lives by Hamas, Fatah and the other terror practitioners in the Palestinian Arab constellation has, tragically, continued and expanded in the years since then. By now, that reality has become well-documented and its methodology and consequences (to those who want to see) clear.

Growing numbers of voices inside the Palestinian Arab death cult have ceased denying it. On the contrary, it's a source of pride for them:


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