At what point do we say enough is enough - and mean it?
CHARLOTTE, NC, December 30, 2014 – Just in time for your 2015 New Year’s Eve viewing pleasure is a new video which has gone viral in the Arab world, explaining how to stab a Jew to death.
Writing for The Jewish Press, Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu reports that the “resisters of occupation in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem” are spreading a short Arab social media video demonstrating specific tactics for stabbing a Jew to death with maximum speed and efficiency. (and that we will not publish here)
The brief demonstration lasting only a minute and 13-seconds depicts the “teacher” casually approaching his “victim,” stabbing him and then calmly walking away.
Writes Gedalyahu, “The guide to killing Jews teaches that after stabbing the victim, the knife should be twisted to maximize wounds and cause death.”
Among the most frightening aspects of the ISIS strategy against the West has been their sophisticated use of social media which now seems to be spreading into other terrorist organizations. As some expert analysts see it, previous techniques requiring the need for large terrorist cells is no longer necessary because social media has the ability to reach hundreds of thousands of potential allies.
Not only are citizens of Jerusalem concerned about the new “methodology” for attacks on Jews, but other nearby regions such as Judea, Gaza and Samaria are now also on high alert. All due to a single post on the internet.
Fear among Jews has increased dramatically as 2014 comes to a close because the number of Arab stabbings of Jews rose dramatically over the course of the year. Every Israeli is now a potential victim thanks to the goal of “resisters” to educate fellow Arabs to become Jewish murderers.
From the Israeli perspective the price of life is a dear one to pay for attempting to conduct negotiations with the Palestinian Authority. The so-called “peace talks” have been on-going for more than a decade while the hatred continues as exemplified by the current video inciting Arabs to murder.
In the 2005 movie Munich, which is based upon the hostage attacks during the 1972 Olympics in Germany, there is a powerful scene between two characters which sums up the conflict between Israel and Palestine and/or the Arab world in about a hundred words.
Ali: Eventually the Arab states will rise against Israel. They don’t like Palestinians, but they hate the Jews more. It won’t be like 1967. The rest of the world will see by then what the Israelis do to us. They won’t help when Egypt and Syria attack. Even Jordan. Israel will cease to exist.
Avner: This is a dream. You can’t take back a country you never had.
Ali: You sound like a Jew.
Avner: I’m the voice inside your head telling you what you already know. You people have nothing to bargain with. You’ll never get the land back. You’ll die old men in refugee camps waiting for Palestine.
Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu explains that Mahmoud Abbas, the President of the State of Palestine, must condemn terrorism in Arabic as well as English, a tactic that was also used by his predecessor Yasser Arafat.
Says Gedalyahu, until that happens “and until the Obama administration understands that Israel means what it says, the government needs to stop all contact with Ramallah.”
In the meantime, there are specific demonstrations posted on the internet of how to murder Jews by stabbing them quickly and efficiently. All that is required is internet access, a few minutes of instruction and a sharp knife.
Bob Taylor has been traveling the world for more than 30 years as a writer and award winning television producer focusing on international events, people and cultures around the globe.
Taylor is founder of The Magellan Travel Club (www.MagellanTravelClub.com)
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