Friday, July 8, 2016

Where murder of ‎sleeping children elicits barely any outrage, but building houses does

...By making the PA the second-largest recipient per capita of foreign aid in the world, the U.S. and the EU have made themselves complicit in the murders of Israelis. This remains the truth, no matter how ‎much and how often they seek to distract world attention from it by throwing hissy fits about the perceived outrageousness of building houses for Jews in Judea and Samaria. How ‎morally twisted and depraved the world is when the official sanctioning of the murder of ‎sleeping children elicits barely any outrage, but the building of houses does.‎

Judith Bergman..
Israel Hayom..
08 July '16..

In the wake of the report of the Middle East Quartet, which called on Israel to cease settlement ‎construction and expansion, the U.S. State Department this week issued an unusually harsh statement against ‎Israel. In it, the Obama administration accused Israel of "systematically seizing Palestinian land," with State ‎Department spokesman John Kirby claiming that "settlement expansions and legalization of ‎outposts is fundamentally undermining the prospects for a two-state solution."

The timing of the United States' condemnation of Israel could not possibly be more bizarre. After two ‎heinous terrorist attacks last week, in which a 13-year-old girl (who, incidentally, held dual Israeli-U.S. ‎citizenship) was stabbed to death in her sleep and a father of 10 was murdered, the U.S. chose to focus its outrage on the building of Jewish houses, not the murder of Jewish children ‎and fathers. ‎

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