Friday, August 03, 2018

Exactly Who Is Inciting?

Breaking the Silence, as do other anti-"occupation" groups and additional far-left organizations, complains about "incitement".

They are never "criticized".

They do suffer verbal and occasionally physical violence.  I oppose that and have always argued, no matter what these groups are doing, to engage in dialogue or, if they refuse to do that (for fear they will lose the argument or worse, show how really ignorant and bad-as-propagandists they are), simply offer up another narrative, the facts and the alternative analysis, outlook and perspective.

Here is their reaction to one of their founders being assaulted by someone who came to Hevron (he doesn't live there):

Stop for a moment and take a look at the blood on Yehuda Shaul's face, founder of Breaking the Silence. This blood was shed by MK Shuli Mualem, minister of education Naftali Bennett, PM Benjamin Netanyahu and their supporters in the coalition.

Dear BtSers:

that is like saying "the blood shed by Jews murdered by Arab terrorists is on the heads of those who encourage their resistance and/or exhibit sympathy for it". 

Not very nice, that, is it?

So, dear BtSers, try not to be so extreme?


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