Muslims Murder Children, Palestinians Celebrate, HuffPo Moonbats Take Their Side
It’s party time in Gaza, in celebration of yet another ghastly atrocity presumably committed by followers of the Religion of Peace:
Gaza residents from the southern city of Rafah hit the streets Saturday to celebrate the terror attack in the West Bank settlement of Itamar where five family members were murdered in their sleep, including three children.
Residents handed out candy and sweets, one resident saying the joy “is a natural response to the harm settlers inflict on the Palestinian residents in the West Bank.”
One of the victims, stabbed to death in her crib, was 14 months old.
Israelis shouldn’t take it personally. Palestinians passed out candy after 9/11 too. The good news for Israel is that Obama is spending piles our money to bring them to America.
West Bank officials managed to at least pretend to be civilized long enough to denounce this appalling act of barbarism. Not so Hamas, which runs Gaza.
“The report of five murdered Israelis is not enough to punish someone,” said Hamas Spokesperson Sami Abu Zuhri, adding, “However; we in Hamas completely support the resistance against settlers who murder and use crime and terror against the Palestinian people under the auspices of the Israeli occupation soldiers.”
In other words, they support knifing children in their beds, and will do the same to yours when they get the opportunity.
If anything could be more horrifying than the fruits by which we know the tree of Islam, it could only be the moral depravity of the lefties who invariably find excuses for even the most extravagantly satanic Muslim outrages against humanity. Moonbattery.com reader Air2air collected a few comments on the story from the #1 liberal blog Huffington Post:
how can you ocupy someones land and expect peace
Haha… someone should inform Israel that they actually have to STOP building settlements before the threat of new settlements is an effective punitive measure.
Years and years of useless and biased negotiations – enough. The Palestinians deserve justice and their state.
HUFFPOST BLOGGER Sharmine Narwani:
…I fervently believe that all settler children should be removed from the care of their parents who irresponsibly place their offspring in harm’s way for the sake of “ideology. ” Today’s violence should not be in vain. Half a million illegal settlers must be removed from occupied territories in order for there to be a lasting peace in the area. These young families are Israel’s “human shields and live bait” – incentivized by the state to move into the West Bank and East Jerusalem as a frontline army to depopulate Palestinian land.
John RD Kidd:
Those who choose to live by the sword, die by the sword. This atrocity has to be seen in context. The quasi judicial killing of civilians by Israeli forces is seen as acceptable whilst the murder of settlers is seen as murder.
A suicide bomber is not crazy. Desperate? Yes. Angry? Yes. Murderous? Yes. It’s simply convenient for some to label the suicide bomber as crazy or fanatical, as that relieves them from having to see that bomber as a) human, b) as having rational reasons for wanting to kill the innocent.
Some of the worst settlers are crazed Americans.
HUFFPOST COMMUNITY MODERATOR BrettnCalgary:
It does take a stronger stomach to do it up close and personal like this, rather than from a US flying weapons platform. The guy who did it probably wishes he had a fleet of American F-16’s under his command.
Israel never gives, Palestinians have given up hope. People without hope and living in appalling conditions are dangerous, and for good reason.
This, also, has to be a warning to the Israeli settlers that you can only push a human being so far.
Butcher away, Religion of Peaceniks. Progressives have your back.
On tips from G. Fox, Smorfia48, and Byron. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
Well, the Puffington Post has once again shown that it is wholly un-credible as a source for serious political analysis.
Some Hollywood films are built on the idea of suspense on a grand scale â€” “The Last Days of Pompeii”, and the story of the Titanic are both perennials for filmmakers, because the audience knows the characters are doomed, and thus watching their otherwise everyday quotidian details takes on a whole new dimension, as we await the tragic denouement. Photos of the Middle East in the 1970s take on a similar look these days.