Friday, February 19, 2016

Remembering the savages, forgetting the victims - by Arnold Roth

...The other part is the way the Israeli victims are forgotten, consigned to be mere statistics and quickly discarded by the relentless news cycle and by apathetic onlookers. About this, we can do something. For them, and for ourselves, we want people to see the young man of 21 - a husband and father - whose life was stolen tonight by two Palestinian Arab boys. We know it's unlikely the mainstream news-reporting media will pay attention to Tuvia Yanai Wiseman's life and his death. That's why we must.

Tuvia Yanai Wiseman הי"ד, in the photo with
 his wife and baby, was murdered 
 The "achievement" of the Palestinian Arab
 children who killed him 
is being celebrated -
 literally - as an act of heroism. [
Image Source]
Arnold/Frimet Roth..
This Ongoing War..
18 February '16..

There's a significant number of people who, faced with the sight of Palestinian Arab children being weaponized by the terrorism-obsessed society in which they live, demand sympathy for those children and their release from Israeli custody if that's where they happen to be. Campaigns of that sort have become commonplace as the savagery continues.

As the case of the 14 year-old boy who participated in a vicious knifing attack in Pisgat Zeev ["12-Nov-15: What about Palestinian Arab terror gives it that unique savagery?"] a few months ago shows, this is true even when the children have carried out acts of extreme violence that have ended up costing Israeli lives or caused serious injuries to the victims.

The people behind those campaigns claim they do it in the name of human rights. They say they stand for the rights of children who ought to be allowed to live their lives because children are by nature innocent and charming.

This is ludicrous. Palestinian Arab society - at all levels - is doing something hideous to their own children, as we keep noting in this blog. The right response is condemnation.

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