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May 13 2021

Good vs Evil in the Middle East and Elsewhere

It isn’t hard to tell the white hats from the black hats. Everyone knows that if Palestinian terrorists laid down their arms, there would be peace, and if the Israelis laid down their arms, every Jew in the region would be exterminated. Tweets from a couple of actresses sum up the situation.

Israeli actress Gal Gadot prays for peace:

John Sexton reports on the reaction from the left-leaning twittersphere:

You can’t read the comments to that tweet because she locked them. However, there are still about 74k quote tweets responding to this and I’d estimate about 85-90% of those are negative. Actually, calling them negative undersells the kind of responses she is getting. It would be more accurate to call them filled with rage.

Gadot is denounced for her peaceful wishes largely in terms of the postmodern political ideology that prevails in our schools, according to which she is a “colonizer” because she is not of the Third World, and therefore she deserves to be destroyed.

In the opposite corner from Gadot, we have Muslim actress Zahida Malik, a.k.a. Veena Malik:

As Post Millennial reports,

While the quote the actress tweeted Tuesday that she attributed to Hitler appears to be made up, the intent is quite clear. “I would have killed all the Jews of the world…but I kept some to show the world why I killed them.”

Under Democrat rule, the USA is increasingly on Malik’s side. Biden has been shoveling massive amounts of our money at the Palestinians. His support is likely what emboldened the terrorists to launch more than a thousand rockets at Israeli citizens this week.

When Israel struck back in its usual excessively measured fashion, prominent members of the USA’s ruling party accused it without irony of “terrorism” and “human rights violations.”

Screeches Ilhan Omar (D-MN):

Shrieks Rashida Tlaib (D-MI):

The Palestinians who started this deliberately target civilians, including schools. In contrast,

Israelis go to great lengths to minimize civilian casualties. They have notified Gazans of impending attacks and have employed the practice of “roof knocking,” whereby they drop nonexplosive devices on buildings to alert residents that it is about to be targeted by an air strike so they have time to vacate.

The terrorist groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad routinely fire and store rockets in civilian areas. This tactic has naturally put more Palestinians in harm’s way. Indeed, this is part of the strategy, as civilian casualties in Gaza help the groups to gain support among the international community, and on the American left.

Israel vs terrorist savages, right vs left, countermoonbats vs moonbats — all are surface level. The conflict is actually between good and evil.

On a tip from TCS III.


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6 Responses to “Good vs Evil in the Middle East and Elsewhere”

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