New York Times terrorist enabler Jodi Rudoren recently wrote of the three murdered Jewish boys: “Palestinians… see the very act of attending [religious school] yeshiva in a West Bank settlement as provocation.”
Thus Rudoren, who has never met an IslamoNazi with whom she has not sympathized, does three things in one fell swoop:
1. She provides a platform for the views of the PalNazi culture.
2. She gives legitimacy to this depraved culture’s genocidal yearnings.
3. She excuses the murders of Naftali Fraenkel, Gilad Shaar, and Eyal Yifrach, and, by implication, the murder of all Jews who are categorized as settlers.
Note: A settler is a Jew who lives anywhere in the land of Israel.
Now let’s try a little thought experiment: Take a trip to Israel. Find Jodi Rudoren. Say hello.
Then punch her in the face.
As she lies on the ground with blood pouring from her broken nose politely explain that her articles are a provocation.
Apologize, and help her to her feet.
Then punch her again.
As the blood drips from her split lip, explain once again that you just couldn’t help yourself. Her presence in the Jewish state is a provocation that cannot be borne. You’re sure she understands and sympathizes with your victimhood.
No doubt, Jodi will write a dispassionate and objective article about her ignoble role as a provocateur.
Here’s the simple truth: By giving legitimacy to these absurd claims of provocation, Rudoren, the NY Times and all liberal enablers only serve to further the genocidal yearnings of the IslamoNazis.
Fact: The existence of Jews and Judaism anywhere on planet earth is unacceptable to the IslamoNazis. Whether Jews live in Paris, New York, London, Oslo, Prague, or Jerusalem, the IslamoNazis consider our use of oxygen to be a provocation.
To solve the problem of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan, America and the Allies annihilated their cities, their societies and a good portion of their civilian populations. Then we rebuilt and rehabilitated these ruins.
Nothing less will suffice for the PalNazi culture.