Saturday, October 29, 2011

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Snow Falls in NY, Rockets fall in Israel

by Reb Akiva @ Mystical Paths

** This Saturday snow fell in New York and New Jersey.  This is newsworthy as it’s the earliest snowfall in perhaps 100 years in those areas. 

Residents are advised to…stay warm and perhaps prepare for increased heating costs.

** This Saturday rockets fell in Southern Israel.  This is not newsworthy.  No rockets fell for several months as Hamas negotiated the release of their terrorists in exchange for Gilad Shalit, proving they can completely control the international war crime firing of rockets at Israel civilians when they want. 

Yet the main stream media and world political authorities treat the falling of rockets on Israeli civilians as the falling of snow on the residents of New York, a natural occurrence that just sometimes happens that mankind cannot control or influence.

Residents are advised to run for their lives upon hearing an alarm and to sleep in bomb shelters.

Note an apartment building and a school have been hit.  That’s a war crime.  We await the statement of the U.N. secretary general deploring it and requesting a Security Council investigation.

(Ok, you can stop laughing now.)

1 comment:

  1. NEWS: More rockets continued to fall in Israel Saturday night. 2 people were injured in attacks on Ashkelon, with one dying of his injuries.

    Time to go with the precedent set by Hamas during the recent prisoner exchange. Since one Jew apparently is worth 1,027 Arabs, it's time for the IDF to target that number in Gaza.


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