Rewarding IslamoNazi Violence

A photo released by the Israeli military shows the bloody scene of the July 21, 2017 massacre of the Solomon family in Halamish, Israel.

You and I and everyone we know must pass through metal detectors at the airport, sports stadium, concert halls, the Vatican, Mecca, the Western Wall, and thousands of other venues.

A security guard waves a wand over congregants as they enter my shul on Shabbat.


Because of IslamoNazi terror, which has spread like a cancer across the globe.

The IslamoNazis who call themselves Palestinians, the very monsters who started this postmodern reign of terror back in the 1960s, feigned outrage when Israel — in other words, Jews — installed metal detectors at one of the entrances to the Temple Mount. Israel did this after IslamoNazis smuggled submachine guns into their holy place (because for Islamists, killing Jews is a holy act) and used them to murder two Israeli guards who happened to be Druze. I say “feigned” because their outrage has nothing to do with metal detectors, and everything to do with the existence of the Jewish state.

IslamoNazis refuse to abide by the rules that the rest of us live by. They riot. They burn tires. They slaughter Jews at the Shabbat table: Yosef Salomon, a 70-year-old grandfather; his daughter Chaya Salomon, 46; and his son Elad Salomon, 36.

The Israeli authorities talked tough for about five minutes. Then, in the face of the rioters and who knows what kind of extortion from the Kingdom of Jordan — with whom Israel signed a peace treaty over 20 years ago — the gutless Israeli cabinet removed the metal detectors and the security cameras, thereby rewarding the IslamoNazi culture of Jew-hatred and violence.

And that which is rewarded is repeated.

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  1. Michael Kennedy
    Posted July 27, 2017 at 5:46 pm | Permalink

    “who knows what kind of extortion from the Kingdom of Jordan”

    Is that the same Jordan whose soldier murdered three US Special Forces soldiers as they drove through a check point ?

    Yes it is.

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  2. dahozho
    Posted July 27, 2017 at 9:57 am | Permalink

    One of my Israeli friends knew Chaya Hy”D since summer camp. The family, their friends, the community are devastated.
    The home of the murderous monster has already been demolished. Doesn’t help. Send the Jordanians back to Jordan and enforce profiling and the law.

    And my congregation wonders why I want to implement some simply basic security procedures. Sure, we’re a tiny sheitbl and not even many Jews know about us, but with a sign out front, we’re still a target.

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  3. pkoning
    Posted July 26, 2017 at 7:35 am | Permalink

    Today’s WSJ has a sequel to the Temple Mount metal detector story, in an op-ed explaining why Israel gave in and removed them. It’s a depressing tale. The writer doesn’t seem to really understand that yielding to pressure from Expired President Abbas isn’t any more helpful than any other form of appeasement has been in history.

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  4. pkoning
    Posted July 25, 2017 at 6:02 pm | Permalink

    Does the metal detector mean that your shul disallows armed congregants? That seems just the opposite of the right answer. A guard at the door is not a bad idea, but it’s no substitute for armed members inside.

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    • Robert J. Avrech
      Posted July 25, 2017 at 7:02 pm | Permalink

      Congregants who are licensed to carry are fine to carry. We have quite a few in our shul.

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      • pkoning
        Posted July 26, 2017 at 7:34 am | Permalink

        Perfect. I’m glad to hear that.

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