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Hang Them All. Hang Them High.

Six Jews in custody and two Palestinians on the lam are child murderers. They committed their actions with the intent to inflame and incite and destroy. They knew the responses that would come from their actions. They knew that others would fight and die. They knew that children in Sderot and Gaza would find themselves ducking for cover. They knew that the consequences of their actions would be far beyond the four innocent lives taken by their own hands.

I am a passionate Zionist. 2,000 years of the history of my people have taught me one thing: We cannot trust our safety to others. The only way that we can be safe is to have our own country. Exiles and expulsions and forced conversions and blood libels and claims of deicide and pogroms and finally the Holocaust have taught us this lesson. A world without Israel is one that is not safe for the Jewish People.

It is folly to say that because of the actions of the six people an entire nation is to be condemned. It is folly to say that because certain current leaders are not ideal an entire nation is to be condemned. By that measure each and every nation in this world is to be condemned. The United States for what happened here during the Civil Rights Era; Israel for the murder of an innocent teen; the Palestinians never to have a state for the murder of three boys. The application of such logic is absolute madness.

The only logical solution is two states for two peoples. That, however, is a discussion for another day. Right now, I want to keep focus on the immediate issue – the child murderers that have started and sustained the current violence.

I do not care what their nationality or their ethnicity or their religion is. They have deliberately murdered children and they have done so with the absolute worst of intentions for they see these murders as a beginning. They wish to provoke exactly what has occurred. They have the blood of all those innocents that will be killed and injured on their hands. It does not matter who started it, for they all share in continuing the cycle of violence.

We all breathe the same air and we all bleed the same red blood. In the cases of these murders they have the same necks that will break and the same spinal cords that will sever. Yes, it is harsh, but this is exactly the punishment that all these child murderers deserve. Let them hang from the same gallows at the same time. Their crimes are the same side of the same coin and they deserve the same punishment. The world will be a much better place without the presence of such monsters (And for those of you that are anti-death penalty, I would be okay with a sentence of life without parole and a promise that they would never be released, including as part of any kind of prisoner exchange).


  1. Mets102

    and angry at the situation in general, particularly at the extremists on both sides that are using this to encourage violence and demonize everyone on the other side.

  2. Diana in NoVa

    that I can’t even listen to the news.

    Baal-Moloch is still very much present today. Any time innocents are slaughtered it’s as if the murderers are paying homage to Baal, who delighted in child sacrifice.

    My heart breaks for the innocent young people who were murdered and for their grieving parents. As for the murderers–yes, I think the world would be better off without them. To live in prison with no chance of parole ever would be a fate even worse than death.

  3. Portlaw

    am shocked by the title of your rant and find this

    they have the same necks that will break and the same spinal cords that will sever.

    sickening. These statements go against everything in which I believe, everything I value. They, also, do not heal, they incite. They inflame. They color your argument. And, yes, I am someone to whom you refer (I hope not condescendingly) in your parenthetical statement.

    As for the rest, I am in agreement with Diana in NoVa.

    Flame away.

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