When Eitan was brought into Gaza, on the back of a Hamas motorcycle, he said that civilians came out to see and they all happily beat him. Civilians. Of all ages.
Do antisemites realize that they are just creating a new holiday for the Jewish people? Do antisemites understand that most of the Jewish holidays are about evil people trying to kill them, they overcome and win, and then they have a special feast filled with empty carbs? After I stopped laughing at the truth of what he said, I began thinking.
Netanyahu said to the ministers at the beginning of the government cabinet meeting, “I would like to make it clear – we are at war, and we will continue the war, until we achieve all our goals. Yesterday evening, together with the members of the War Cabinet, I met the members of the families of the abductees, I listened, and paid close attention to their plight. I am committed to the return of the abducted, we will return them all. War has stages, and the return of the abducted also has stages, but we will not let up until we achieve complete victory. This is my sacred duty, and that of all of us.”
Take a moment to consider how eager everyone was to share word from a terror organization when it would make Israel look bad—even with significant evidence that it was false. Think how reluctant they were to correct the error, if they did at all. Now have this in mind whenever you hear any anti-Israel headlines. Consider how comfortable people feel with a lie when it’s to prosecute Israel. With that in mind, let’s look at some popular anti-Israel catchphrases going around these days: