Sunday, June 10, 2007

Warmongering Zionist Neocon Crusaders

I'm often accused of being a beligerent warmongerer (ironically, this is usually by the same people who believe that an Arab sniper shooting a month-old toddler in the head is a legitimate act of resistance). Do I want war? Am I some evil aggressive facist?
I'm sorry but unlike our enemies, the Islamic jihadists and their dhimmi sympathizers, I do not wish for anybody to die. Why would I wish for war when that means that we would be left with more crying mothers, Jewish AND Arab? If we could get an absolute guarantee that if Israel gave up some lan, that there would never be another dead Jew, another orphaned child or a widowed mother, I would happily give over the Temple Mount. The most important Jewish law is Pikuach Nefesh, saving a life, and in order to save a life, one can desecrate 610 of the 613 commandments, including that of conquering and settling in the Land.
Unfortunately, such a thing is impossible as the Arabs have no desire for peace, as they have so often shown. In that case, the law of Pikuach Nefesh mandates that we not surrender even one inch of the Land of Israel, as that will only encourage the Arab barbarians. Maybe you think that I'm just an insane Zionist Jew and therefore hardly an objective source (I don't claim to be). Then listen to what Zuheir Muhsin, late Military Department head of the PLO and member of its Executive Council had to say to a Duth Newspaper:
"The Palestinian people [do] not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct 'Palestinian people' to oppose Zionism."
From the mouth of our enemy! I always appreciate when the Arabs are so candid and when they dispense with their foolish takiyya, religious deception.
Often, people who have no idea what Judaism entails, tell me that my ideas are "un-Jewish". They assume that Judaism is some hippy pacifistic peacenik religion and that Moses would have been the President of Peace Now. Judaism most fervently want peace but we are prepared and ready for war. What is the Torah view of 'Land-for-Peace'? The Lubavitcher Rebbe explains the Divine Verdict by quoting the Shulchan Aruch (Shulchan Aruch Admur, Orach Chayim 239:6). If a band of idolators have surrounded a Jewish City (on the Shabbat), if their intention is only to rob, we may not desecrate the shabbat to defend our property. If their intention is to kill, or even if their intention is unknown, but there is reason to suspect that it might be to kill, then, even if they have not yet arrived, but are only preparing their attack, we are to go forth against them with weapons and we may desecrate the Shabbat for this purpose. However, if the city in question is close to the coast, then even where their intention is only to rob 'straw and stubble', we desecrate the Shabbat to defend the city against them, for if we will not do so, they might capture this (strategic) city, and from there it might be easy for them to conquer the land.
Every concession puts millions of Jews in MORTAL DANGER. We cannot surrender even one inch of our Holy Land. Simply put, when will there be peace? In the words of Golda Meir, Peace will come when the Arabs will love their children more than they hate us.


WomanHonorThyself said...

Dont back down u say:Unfortunately, such a thing is impossible as the Arabs have no desire for peace, as they have so often shown....and thats the emett!

Bald Headed Geek said...

Well said, sir, well said.

I have linked to you on my blogroll!


Lionheart said...

I could not agree more with you Bar Kochba.

how offensive is it to God to give away land which He promised to give your people as their inheritance.

The Palestinians want all or nothing, no room for negotiation so why give up land and put Jewish lives at risk.

God bless you brother.

Ill link you as soon as I can get to a computer.


Jacob said...

So what is it you recommend as a solution to the Israelestine conflict?