Sunday, June 29, 2014

Google Doesn't Lie

Okay, I accept that the Google search engine is not the definitive way to describe an issue or conflict, but still, it is often a lot more honest than the UN.

If you search for "Rockets from Australia" - you get a bunch of hits about building model rockets.

If you search for "Rockets from Peru" - you get proud announcements of all Peruvian-developed rockets that can reach outer space.

They're very proud of their rockets. If you search for "Rockets from Gaza" or "Rockets from Israel" - you get almost identical results - page after page, millions of websites - and most report about rocket attacks FROM Gaza, hitting Israel.

Yasir Arafat (may his memory be erased and may all that he worked for be damned), once said the rockets being fired at Israel were toys, nothing to worry about, that they never hurt anyone. Lies upon lies spoken by one of the best Palestinian liars ever. Although, to be honest, he has excellent competition from today's Palestinian leaders - including at least one who "serves" in the Israeli Knesset.

What is amazing is that there is a whole Wikipedia page dedicated to "List of Palestinian rocket attacks on Israel 2014". Each entry is documented, cited, proven.

There were 9 rocket/mortar attacks in January, at least 6 in February, more than 65 in March, and at least 26 in April.

Two rockets were fired in May, along with a mortar barrage on May 23rd. And this month, at least 30 rockets have been fired, including this one - that hit a factory, injuring 4.

Don't tell me that rockets don't injure people, that they are just toys. That no one was killed has nothing to do with the missile or the one who fired it, and everything to do with God.

And this is more of the result - it burned for hours. Please don't tell me this is not terrorism. Please don't tell me they were aiming at a military target. And please, please don't tell me they want peace.

Direct hit on a factory in Sderot...this is the face of the Palestinian threat we face every day, in every part of our country. Imagine the absolute terror of having a quiet Saturday evening, close to twilight, explode all around you. This was an act of war - nothing less.

The factory burned for hours...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Our problem is that we needed to treat the very first rocket attack (even if it killed no one and landed in an empty field) as if it was a direct hit on a meeting of kindergarteners and Holocaust survivors on the first day of school on a trip to a puppy kennel staffed by disabled women, during Yom HaZikaron.

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