While we buried our boys…


Seattle – Even when they try to libel Israel, the Jewish state comes out smelling like a combination of roses and lilacs (with a sprinkle of cinnamon) compared to the foul rank of the Palestinian death cult.

In the wake of the burial of three murdered Jewish teens, Seattle anti-Israel activist Amin Odeh giddily re-posted an article today that was featured on Ali Abunimah‘s Electronic Intifada website. The news item claimed that Arabs in Jerusalem had to be rescued from rioting Jews reacting to the murder of the Jewish boys.  As if to scream “see? They’re just as bad as we are!” Abunimah posted that  “Jerusalem police had to rescue 8 Palestinians from Israeli “lynch mobs.”


Whatever the facts of the incident in question, Abunimah notes that it was Israeli police who  rescued the 8 Palestinians in distress. There was no lynching, not even a bruise as far as we know. We ask Mr. Abunimah,  where were the Palestinians to rescue Gilad, Eyal and Naftali?   There were none. Their mothers celebrated their heinous act, candies were given out in Ramallah at the news of the Jewish boy’s abduction, children were coaxed into twisted three fingered selfies.  

Thank you Misters Odeh and Abunimah for illustrating so well the vast chasm between civilization and barbarism.



Attempting to exonerate his Hamas buddies, Richard “Negro is not an epithet” Silverstein shared an article from the Assad friendly AI-Monitor. The article claimed that the murderous duo Marwan Qawasmeh and Amar Abu Aisha  were part of “a rogue branch of Hamas”… as opposed to the un-rogue mainstream branch of Hamas we suppose?

Hamas would never ever sanction the murder of three Israeli boys, how absurd to even think so. Fire thousands of rockets at civilians, slaughter entire families in their homes, blow up buses, pizzerias and discos maybe, but three Jewish boys? Never. Thanks for that Richard.

Hamas would never kill three innocent boys.

Hamas would never kill three innocent boys.

Not to be outdone, at the very moment of the teenagers’ burial,  J Street Seattle’s Rainer Waldman Adkins could not resist dumping a steaming hot shovel of moral equivalence over their graves. Lamented Waldman-Adkins “How many lives will be sacrificed to conflict, dogma and occupation?”


Let’s see who could Waldman-Adkins be blaming for the boy’s deaths? “Conflict and dogma”; well that is cleverly ambiguous, gee it could be anybody. But wait “occupation?”; we know who Adkins is talking about here. Unless he is accusing the Palestinians of occupying Jewish land (he isn’t) Waldman-Adkins is talking about Israel.

So Israel is responsible for the death of Eyal, Gilad and Naftali. After all how else were Marwan Qawasmeh and Amar Abu Aisha supposed to react to Jews living in their ancient homeland?  They had no choice but to kidnap the three teens,  murder them in cold blood and dump their bodies in shallow graves. Serves the boys right for wandering in the wrong neighborhood after dark. 

Just another day in the darker corners of the Emerald City.