18 November 2014

David Horovitz on the multiple murder in Jerusalem synagogue: some people should listen to this

David Horovitz at his considerable best:

Because the final thing that has to be put in writing, even on a horrible, evil day like this, when the fingers loathe the necessity to tap the keyboard, is that it’s not going to work. Palestinian terrorists, and those who incite them and support them, should know: We are not going to be shot and stabbed and bludgeoned out of here by your brutality and the false justifications you invoke to legitimate it.

We stood firm during year upon year of Second Intifada terrorism, when you were blowing up our buses, malls, restaurants and supermarkets, and pragmatism could have dictated that we do what the terrorism was designed to make us do: flee. We do not insist on maintaining our majority Jewish state to the exclusion of your rights. Anything but. We seek co-existence. But your rights cannot be achieved by denying us ours.

For this is the homeland of the Jewish nation, the only place we have ever been sovereign or sought sovereignty. And what needs writing and saying, most especially on a terrible day like today, is that we will not be driven from it.
No, it is not going to work.


Dick Stanley said...


Dick Stanley said...

Not Horovitz, of course. Thanks for the link.

Dick Stanley said...

Presume you saw that CNN did it again. They even called the synagogue a mosque.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

So much I gathered myself ;)
And you are welcome.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Yes, it even appeared in Wiki:


See under: Media coverage

David All said...

Thank you Snoopy for the link. David Horovitz states eloquently the determination of the Israeli people not to bow to terrorism, but to prevail over it.
Please do not forget that the policeman who was murdered by the terrorists was a Druse. The second Druse to be murdered in the current spree of terrorism.

Sorry this is a bit late, have been sick the last two days.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Get better, David. Here it will only get worse, much worse, before it gets any better, I am afraid.