March 09, 2008

Nowhere is Safe

I was in Ashkelon at the time of the terrorist attack on Mercaz Harav yeshivah. From a city under rocket fire I drove back to Jerusalem, a city in which these eight defenceless kids had been shot to death in cold blood.

I wondered: Is there anywhere safe in Israel these days outside of the priveleged and impregnable bubble in which Olmert and his lackeys live and work?

The sooner that privelege us taken away from them, the safer our people will be.
In Sderot, Ashkelon, Jerusalem ... and also in the Diaspora, whose Jews have now been marked as a legitimate target by the terrorists who have been empowered by our weakest ever leadership.


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