Nobody wants to say it aloud. Not even whisper it. The possibility that the state of Israel may not survive...But it’s not an impossibility...is it time to think about the unthinkable?
And who to blame? More than anything I’d blame religion. I’d blame the variety of religion that values old stones over living souls, this temple, that mosque. Don’t step here, don’t pray there or we’ll kill you in the name of God...
No one is suggesting Muslims be killed by Jews in the campaign to simply achieve human rights and what is guaranteed by law and in the Jordan-Israel Peace Treaty, and should be championed by all the critics who usually portray themselves as civil libertarians.
Why cannot persons like Rosenbaum condemn Muslim extremism and irrationality and recognize the justness of such a cause as resetting a status quo that is one-sided and a cause which is pursued by...Muslims in places like Cordoba?
True, he writes there
I read web and social media and it’s shocking how liberal Jews (I consider myself one, recall) so quick to righteously protest the sufferings of just about everyone else in the world, rarely have expressed any sorrow for the knifing of Jewish children
But in the circles he inhabits, apparently, this poster applies:
And if Israel is considerably weakened, if these very same Jews think they'll be better off in a Jewish sense, they are very much wrong.