Thursday, January 6, 2011
Jewish Compassion: Home demolitions for Christmas
On 13 December 2010, Israeli bulldozers, flanked by hundreds of municipal, riot squad and border police forces, demolished seven homes belonging to the Abu Eid family in Lydd, a city a few miles east of Tel Aviv.
When the bulldozers finished demolishing the seventh house, children were starting to come back from school only to find their homes reduced to rubble.
Click here to see a sampling of jewish compassion for one Palestinian family this Christmas. I think jewish compassion is especially inspired, motivated, during the Christmas season. Remember Operation Cast Lead?
P.S. The event and the timing of the event poignantly illustrate the anti-Christ nature of judaism, I think. Oh I know IT'S NOT ALL JEWS. But there weren't enough good jews in Israel to stop this, were there?