How they rippled in the wind, As if nobody ever died, and nobody ever sinned!
The article was written by Diaa Hadid, who was recently hired by the Times to report on Israel even though she has a long track record of anti-Israel bias. Among other things, she was previously a columnist for the anti-Israel website Electronic Intifada.
Its director, Amir Makhloul, is in an Israeli prison for espionage on behalf of the Hizbullah terrorists.
Without any cause or provocation, the terrorist, year-old Yusri al-Sharif, attempted to murder an Israeli soldier by stabbing him with a large knife.
We know what happened next because within hours of the incident there were multiple videos of it posted on YouTube.
The terrorist lay on the ground, wounded but not dead. He was still moving. He was wearing a coat, even though Hebron was in the midst of a heat wave; it was 77 degrees that day.
On the videos, you can see what appears to be a bulge in the Stephen M.
Flatow, an attorney in New Jersey, is the father of Alisa Flatow, who was murdered in an Iranian-sponsored Palestinian terrorist attack in The medics who were treating the wounded soldier can be heard shouting that the terrorist might have a suicide bomb strapped to him.
Until a sapper comes, nobody touches him! Start with the opening sentence: Of course he was not motionless — the whole point is that the terrorist was still moving, as the videos show. And not until the fifth paragraph does she mentions that Sharif stabbed anybody. This is not until the seventh paragraph.
She does not quote the soldier, even though he gave statements to the news media she could have cited. She does not quote his lawyers, even though they were available to be interviewed.
Sharif still had the intention and ability to harm soldiers. Instead, couch their arguments in language that makes them seem less than credible. When the likes of Thomas Friedman, David Shipler, and Joel Brinkley were covering Israel for the Times back in the pre-Internet age they could report whatever they wanted and the public could do little to fact-check them.
Hadid, however, lives in a different era. Her greatest enemy is YouTube. Readers who are interested can go look at the Hebron videos for themselves and see the truth. But some of us do care. And we will check. And we will keep telling the truth, to counter her lies.
A young soldier is being vilified and judged for killing a terrorist who had come for the sole purpose of murdering Jews. Should the soldier have acted differently? Did he perhaps avert a larger tragedy if the terrorist, even immobilized, was wearing a suicide belt? One of the most difficult things about making aliyah was knowing our four children would have to serve in the IDF.
After all, it was our decision, not theirs, to leave the safety, security, and comfort of their birthplace, Australia, to make a new life in Israel. That was intwo years before the Yom Kippur War erupted.
But we stayed after the war and they grew up here knowing it was a duty, even a privilege, to set aside their ambitions temporarily and devote a few years to serving their country.
They became Israeli gradually and, by the time they were 18, regarded army service as a natural rite of passage.
Our sons and daughters enlisted. One son fought in Lebanon. They went to university, married, had children of their own. It was lovely to be grandparents of babies, toddlers, and then young children.
Some have completed army service, some are still doing it, and some will soon reach that significant age of Nevertheless, as a mother, I always found it hard. I will never forget the trauma of standing on the beach at Palmachim near Ashkelon with the other parents and watching our younger son make his first parachute jump.
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