4 Jews in a synagogue in Agassi Street in Jerusalem were murdered in cold blood by Palestinian Arab savages this morning and this very morning in Spain, Madrid, the Spanish Antisemites are gathering to pass a law recognizing a “Palestine” state for those very savages. They argue that if there was a “Palestine” state then all would settle down but would it? Does the murders this morning suggest that it would settle down? Or would the Arabs not use the new land area to launch more and more attacks against Jews in a thousand different ways.
“Jerusalem bows its head in pain and sorrow” said the Jewish Mayor Nir Barkat. But this must raise a question as to how this can possibly be defended against without total separation of Muslims and Jews, because Muslims are showing that they cannot live with other religions, and they insist that these other religions become dhimmies, that means accept Sharia Law.
Four were killed and thirteen injured and they were wearing the traditional prayer shawls and tefelin as they were being attacked.
The savages were armed with guns and massive butcher knives or rather cleavers.
The question though now is what Israel should do?
The biggest problem is that the Israeli leadership is not of the decisive quality as is el Sisi in Egypt.
El Sisi is a big problem for the Muslim Brotherhood (Yes fatah and Hamas ARE Muslim Brotherhood through and through in fact the very worst and equal to Islamic State Savages)
The reason el Sisi is so big a problem for the Muslim Brotherhood Savages and for the Imperialist Savages Obama and Cameron who back them is for two reasons:
- El Sisi knows the real nature of these Savages (After Nasser had Qutb executed no messing there)
- The Egyptian people got a real eyeful of what Morsi was about and the Egyptian masses, especially women and many youth, did not fancy it one bit. The result was the biggest demo in Cairo that was also reckoned to be the biggest gathering of human beings ever in history. Isn’t that something!
Of those two reasons above the one that applies to Israel is not (2) but (1), in my opinion, because in my opinion it has been, is and always will be about leadership.
So discuss leadership. Nothing else. leadership