Wednesday, June 13, 2007

13-Jun-07: A matter of Palestinian-Arab priorities

Like the Nazi Germans who managed to find time to continue their extermination-by-murder of Europe's Jews even while their own country was burning in the final days of World War II, the Pal-Arab terrorists know to keep their real priorities in mind.

A Qassam rocket crashed into the yard of an elementary school in the uncontested, unoccupied, uncontroversial town of Sha'ar Hanegev, near Sderot in southern Israel early this morning. That's an aerial picture of the town over there on the right.

Property damage was caused, but thankfully no injuries since students had not yet begun to arrive for their school day. Of course, elementary schools are hardly off-limits to these creatures. Look here at what they're doing right now to their own hospitals, to their own brothers, sisters and children. (Let's not hold our breath waiting for an emergency session of the UN Security Council. It's Arabs doing the carnage. And as most international lawyers, politicians and diplomats know, Arab-killing-Arab is such a natural condition that it barely rates the resolution paper on which the condemnations would otherwise have been written.)

Unlikely your local news media will consider this attack on an Israeli school worth reporting. The mainstream media narrative of "outrageous" Israeli "over-reaction" will continue to fall on ever-receptive, woefully-ignorant ears.

It's astonishing when you think about it, that with the Palestinian Arabs blowing one another's brains out to demonstrate how really badly they want to build their own homeland, up to and including this morning, they still manage to find the time and resources to continue their jihad against the Jews. That's dedication.

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