Palestinian violence against Jews

Palestinians justify violence against Jews

Palestinian terror against Israelis is intentional violence rooted in deep hatred. Until Western leaders connect Palestinian terror to the anti-Jewish and anti-Zionist propaganda that emanates from Palestinian society, peace and reconciliation will remain delusional pipe dreams.

Reprinted from Daily Alert, April 11, 2022

  • Violence Poses a Threat to Boosting Palestinian Quality of Life – Dov Lieber
    Terrorist attacks on civilians are testing Israel’s U.S.-backed policy of trying to improve Palestinian quality of life. Four attacks against civilians in different cities in central and southern Israel have left 14 victims dead. While Israeli-Palestinian peace talks have been moribund for almost a decade, Israel is seeking to manage the century-old conflict with the Palestinians through trust-building and economic measures.
    Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz has warned Palestinians that the attacks threaten Israel’s efforts to improve their quality of life, especially over Ramadan. (Wall Street Journal)
    See also Al-Aqsa Worshippers Enjoy Peaceful Friday Prayer – Mohammed Najib
    About 50,000 Palestinians peacefully performed the first Friday prayer of Ramadan at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem following Thursday’s attack in Tel Aviv that left three Israelis killed. Four of the 15 people injured in the attack are in serious condition.
    A high-ranking Palestinian security officer told Arab News that the recent attacks in Israel constituted a “pivotal shift,” with attackers switching from knives to guns. (Arab News-Saudi Arabia)
  • What Set Off the Palestinian Terror Wave in Israel – Benjamin Kerstein
    The current wave of Palestinian violence may have been caused, ironically, by peace – the Abraham Accords and the growing acceptance of Israel by many Arab states. The Palestinians desire to somehow deal themselves back into the game, to avoid becoming irrelevant.
    A great deal of their situation is the Palestinians’ own fault. Had they accepted Ehud Barak’s peace offer in 2000, they would have already had a state for 22 years. Instead, they chose a campaign of terrorist atrocities that mortally wounded the peace process.
    After two decades of low-intensity conflict, missile fire and periodic mayhem by the Palestinians, Israelis today are even less likely to give up on what little strategic depth they have in hopes of peace with an enemy they do not trust. (New York Post)
  • Palestinian Terror Is Not “Senseless” – David Suissa
    After a Palestinian terrorist murdered three Israelis in Tel Aviv last week, Secretary of State Tony Blinken said the U.S. “stands resolutely in the face of senseless terrorism and violence.” But is the violence really senseless?
    The terrorists think their terror has a purpose. If you despise Jews and think they don’t belong in the Middle East, killing them gives you purpose. And if you fall for the propaganda from your corrupt leaders that Jews will soon take over your holy Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, killing Jews is anything but senseless. Since the birth of Israel, virtually every act of violence against the Jewish state has been connected to an overarching belief among Palestinians that Jews don’t belong in this region, regardless of any legitimate claims of a Jewish connection to the land.
    Palestinian terror against Israelis is intentional violence rooted in deep hatred. Until Western leaders connect Palestinian terror to the anti-Jewish and anti-Zionist propaganda that emanates from Palestinian society, peace and reconciliation will remain delusional pipe dreams. It is treating intentional terror as senseless that is really senseless. (Los Angeles Jewish Journal)
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