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R.P. BenDedek

Animal Cruelty is worse than Killing Jewish Children
By R.P. BenDedek
Mar 18, 2011 - 12:07:04 AM

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Animal Cruelty receives more attention and more serious consequences than killing Jewish Children if you believe what some writers have written in the last week.

It would appear that some writers believe that Europeans could care less about murdered Jewish Children because political ideology trumps the value of a child's life.

In fact, if you read the following excerpts and then go and read the full articles, you will see that these writers actually believe that Europeans are actually 'anti-semitic' at heart. But how can that be so when we are all so bloody politically correct?

That was funny wasn't it? I accidentally made a joke! I forgot for a moment that Political Correctness is nothing more than a means to an end: 'to control the minds of the masses'. (I live in China so don't bother to try to explain to me what Political Correctness means to you. I've been observing it here for 8 years now.)

When one actually uses their - dare I say it - 'God given intelligence', it is amazing how much hypocritical propaganda spews forth from media and political ideologues. I need not in this article justify that statement, for I have written enough about it in the past.

But today, a week after the murder of civilians, innocent children, and - by the way - Jews, it behooves us to stop and look at our reactions to those murders and ask ourselves whether in the deep recesses of our hearts we actually approve of such murder.

The Other Tsunami By Dennis Prager March 15, 2011

It is very difficult to hate babies.

It takes a special person.

As morally wrong as it is to murder innocent adults, mankind seems to have a built-in revulsion against killing babies. If a baby does not evoke any tenderness, if a baby is regarded as worthy of being deliberately hurt or murdered, we know that we have encountered a degree of evil that few humans -- even among murderers -- can relate to.

That is why what Palestinian terrorists did to a Jewish family on the West Bank this past weekend deserves far more attention than it received.

Normally, Palestinian atrocities get little attention -- certainly far less attention than Israeli apartment-building on the West Bank receives. But this particular atrocity got even less attention than usual because the world was focused on the terrible tsunami that hit Japan.

Three Jewish children By Caroline B. Glick The Jerusalem Post March 15, 2011

In a rare move, the Prime Minister's Office released photos of theFogel family's blood-drenched corpses. They are shown as they were found by security forces. There was Hadas, dead on her parents' bed, next to her dead father Udi. There was Elad, lying on a small throw rug wearing socks. His little hands were clenched into fists. What was a four-year-old to do against two grown men with knives? He clenched his fists. So did his big brother. Maybe the Prime Minister's Office thought the pictures would shock theworld. Maybe Binyamin Netanyahu thought the massacre of three little children would move someone to rethink their hatred of Israel.

He shouldn't have bothered.

The murder of the Fogel children and their parents was greeted with jubilation in Gaza. Carnivals were held in the streets as Hamas members handed out sweets.

As far as the opinion makers of Europe and much of America are concerned, the Yoavs and Hadases and Elads of Israel have no right tolive if they live in "a settlement." So too, they believe that Palestinians have a right to murder Israelis who serve in the IDF and who believe that Jews should be able to live freely wherever we want because this land belongs to us.

It's Abu Mazen, Stupid! Yoram Ettinger, YnetNews, March 15, 2011

The March 11, 2011 heinous stabbing to death of a Jewish family - while asleep on the eve of the Sabbath - including a three month old baby, a three year old toddler, an eleven year old child and their parents was carried out by graduates of Abu Mazen's (Mahmoud Abbas') hate-education. This slaughter was not an anomalous phenomenon.

Abu Mazen's school textbooks reaffirm the founding document of the PLO, the Palestinian Covenant. It was compiled in June, 1964, aiming at the pre-1967 Israel. Two thirds of the Covenant is dedicated to the destruction of the Jewish State, as a prerequisite for the attainment of Palestinian goals.

Abu Mazen and Salam Fayyad pay condolence visits - and authorize the transfer of monthly allowances - to families of suicide bombers. In February, 2011, they named a soccer tournament in honor of Wafa Idris, a suicide bomber. On January 16, 2010, they named a major square in El Bireh (in addition to two schools and a summer camp) in honor of Dalal Mughrabi, who commanded the March 11, 1978 massacre of 38 bus passengers on Israel's coastal road.

The school text books of Abu Mazen - who supervised the 1972 Munich Massacre of 11 Israeli athletes and the March 1973 murder of two US ambassadors in Sudan - idolize suicide-bombing, fuel anti-Semitism and repudiate Israel's right to exist.

May God forgive those who can find appropriate politically correct ways to justify the murder of children and the distortion of truth. (Of course if God does not exist then human life has no value at all outside of morally bankrupt social conventions. PCIF is destroying the U.S.A.)

R.P. BenDedek

R.P. BenDedek is the pseudonym of an Australian who has been teaching in China since 2003. In addition to contributing to Magic City Morning Star News as a columnist, he is also the Temporary Voluntary Editor of this Newspaper.

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Additionally, BenDedek is the author of 'The King's Calendar: The Secret of Qumran' at and has published at Magic City, Nineteen Chapters of his autobiographical book "Finding Myself in China' .

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