Israeli Kindness Repaid with Terror

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The kindness of Israel and her people can be seen when the IDF sends teams of experts to respond to international disasters, or when Israeli inventions, devices, and contraptions are used around the world to fix problems or make life better for those in need. Another way this is illustrated is that Israel allows patients from enemy territory to receive treatment at Israeli hospitals. But in response, JNS’ Stephen M. Flatow (himself the father of a victim of terror) laments, these same people abuse the privileges they’ve been given in order to assist terrorists:

Israel gives the Palestinian Arabs self-rule in large sections of Judea-Samaria, and they use it to promote terrorism.

Israel releases Palestinian terrorists from prison as a gesture, and the newly freed prisoners resume engaging in terrorism.

Israel permits Arab residents of Gaza—enemy territory—special permits so that they can receive medical care in Israeli hospitals or to carry out business transactions in Israel, and they use those privileges to assist terror cells.

Anybody notice a pattern here?

This week’s discovery of a huge Hamas terrorist network in the Palestinian territories is chock full of disturbing lessons…

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