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What Distinguishes Us from Our Enemies


Last week, violence erupted in Israel once again. But this time the perpetrators were not Muslim extremists.

In one incident, a knife-wielding lunatic attacked demonstrators at the Gay Parade in Jerusalem, leaving one sixteen-year-old girl dead and several others wounded. The perpetrator was a Jew who just gotten out of jail after serving a ten-year sentence for attacking demonstrators at a 2005 Gay Parade.

In another horrific act of terror, Jewish extremists firebombed a Palestinian home in the West Bank and a toddler was burned to death.

The fact that these horrific acts of terror were carried out by Jews shocked our country. We’re used to hearing about Muslim terror, not Jewish terror. This news made every Israeli shudder in anger and disgust.

Over the weekend, thousands of Israelis demonstrated against this latest wave of violence perpetrated by our own brethren….

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