“He used to talk to himself and tell us of dreams where he randomly killed people, and often cursed Arabs and Nazis.”
"Herskowitz seems to have been a Jew, then, whose eternal victimhood complex drove him completely off the cliff of sanity. In addition to his hatred for “Arabs” and “Nazis” and “terrorist type movements”, who else could we logically deduce Herskowitz may have had it in for? Is it possible he would have shared the same general hostility toward Christianity that seems to be common to many Jews?"
“After 45 years of Israeli occupation, a culture of hatred and racism has become mainstream among Israelis. School textbooks and official statements advocating that Jerusalem should be exclusively Jewish, with total rejection of the Palestinian Christian and Muslim identity of the city, have paved the way for gangs of terrorists to attack Christian and Muslim holy sites”.
The UUP and the DUP support Israel, so that for me means no.
The perpetrator was actually killed by the police - hardly a sign of racist institutions in Israel.
For every racist murderer in Israel, there are many, many more men like the owner of the hotel, Ilan Levi, who eulogized at Abed's funeral and said the chef had been loved by all the other employees there, Arab and Jewish.
But of course, those facts don't interest a huckster like you.
From viewing the clip it seems as if someone with time on their hands has put together parts from some pro-Israeli short with footages showing warplanes, explosions and terrible injuries. I assume we are meant to think that the planes, of unspecified origin, caused the explosions and hence the injuries. As opposed to the Palestinian inter-faction fighting between Hamas and the other lot which over time has probably caused as many if not more injuries and deaths.
I support Israel because it takes action when under attack from hostile forces, which is what its citizens require. It's also a world leader in irrigation and desert agriculture I believe.
Do you support Israel?
In a word....NO
I used to support them totally before Sabra and Chatilla, now I wouldn't dream of it. I remember feeling so bad for them in the very early 80's when a news report on RTE described a situation where the price of cars changed twice a day and always upwards as inflation was rampant. The price of Palestinian blood always stayed the same though, zero!!