Israel TV has been broadcasting the funerals of the three teenagers, abducted nineteen days ago and murdered by “Palestinian” terrorists , whose bodies, bound and partially buried, were finally discovered yesterday. Apologists for the terrorists, such as a certain Becky Dent (an antisemitic bitch, if ever there was one) on Facebook and anti-Israel blogs such as Mondoweiss, or that of the (allegedly Jewish) antisemite Richard Silverstein, have openly justified the murders, some of them going so far as to claim that this was an Israeli false flag operation! These people are almost as despicable as the murderers themselves.
Understandably, there is a great deal of justifiable anger in Israel and these disgusting apologists for terrorism have been pointing to expressions of this fury as “proof” of the supposed racism of Israeli society. And of course, it does sound shocking when you see ordinary citizens posting on Facebook comments calling for blood vengeance against the entire Arab population. However, these are knee-jerk reactions, born of grief and rage. We all say things we don’t mean in the first moments of deep grief or deep anger. We don’t act on them and we later regret them.
That does not mean that these vile acts by the sons of Satan should go unpunished.
Punishment should be meted out to the guilty – not just those who carried out the murders but also those who sent them – and that punishment should be death.
Not only that. It is just and fitting that the houses of the terrorists who committed this heinous crime should be demolished. As for the bleeding heart liberals who claim this is “collective punishment”, I would like to remind them that the mother of one of the suspects, in an interview with Israel’s Channel 10 news, expressed pride in her son’s deed, adding that she had raised her children on the knees of the Islamic religion and that their goal is to bring the victory of Islam.
The appropriate response to the murders is not the expulsion of the entire Arab population, but a response which will perpetuate the memory of these three young boys who have been cut down and will now never father children of their own. The appropriate response (apart from the hunting down and execution of the murderers) would be the building of three new “settlements” in Judaea and Samaria, bearing the names of the three boys, as living, growing memorials of each of them.