Friday, February 19, 2016

  • Friday, February 19, 2016
  • Elder of Ziyon

Hebrew site 0404 points out that it has been two weeks since holy books at a makeshift synagogue were piled up and burned by Palestinian Arabs. In a bitter article, it says "if the security establishment would have invested one percent of what they invested after arson at the bilingual school in Jerusalem, the case would already be solved."

Shamefully, this is probably true. Israel doesn't care about antisemitic attacks nearly as much as it cares about attacks that can be blamed on Jews. I saw this firsthand when I visited the tomb of Shumel HaNavi, a major shrine, right outside Jerusalem in 2007 - hours after it had been vandalized and at least one Torah stolen.

The incident was roundly ignored in the media.

If the purpose of Zionism is to create a safe place for Jews to live, one would expect that the leaders of the Zionist state would act decisively against those who try to take away that safety by attacking Jewish sites.




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