Misplaced Compassion or not?


IDF, settlers save Arab baby

After massacre, settlers help bring new life into world: IDF forces and local paramedics helped save the life of a Palestinian woman and her newly born infant Wednesday, at the settlement where Fogel relatives are sitting Shiva for the five Israelis brutally murdered last week.

Just as IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz arrived in Neve Tzuf to offer his condolences, a Palestinian cab raced towards the community’s entrance.

In it, soldiers and paramedics discovered a Palestinian woman in her 20s in advanced stages of labor and facing a life-threatening situation: The umbilical cord was wrapped around the young baby girl’s neck, endangering both her and her mother.

The quick action of settler paramedics and IDF troops deployed in the area saved the mother’s and baby’s life, prompting great excitement and emotions at the site where residents are still mourning the brutal death of five local family members.



And while many applaud and rejoice these acts…
I pose a question sweet friends………………..

We expel and literally drag our own people– wailing, kicking and screaming out of their own homes in Gaza, just to impress the “Nations”of the world and to yet again appease Muzlim Ar-abs, who make unending demands that we self destruct.

In 2005, 10,000 Jews were deported..In fact the entire Jewish population of Gaza—by their own Israeli government.

(Orange became the color marking objection to the Israeli pullout from Gaza “settlements”.)

And still many endorse displays of mercy for those whose aim it is to slaughter us.

So….Where do we draw the line.i-dont-know

Is this “Compassion”?


And just like a battered woman, Israel continues to extend mercy, love and warmth to those who slash her babies in their sleep. killani-ddy

Quickie history of the Jewish population in Gaza:


-Jews lived in Gaza throughout all of known history.

-Gaza was even included in the Palestine Mandate for a “Jewish National Home.”

But in 1929, the Muzlim Arabs of “Palestine”, began a nation wide massacre against their Jewish neighbors.

But instead of punishing the perps, the British forced the Jews to leave Gaza and Hebron. no_-sign
The Jews weren’t even allowed to go back to their homes in Gaza when the State of Israel was declared in 1948.


Why, you ask?
Oh, that was due to Egypt’s illegal occupation of Gaza (1948-1967).

It wasn’t until after the miraculous 1967 Six Day War, that Jews were allowed back home.
That’s right: Back Home.

The Jews lawfully lived in Gaza, and they were forced out by the bloodthirsty, anti-semitic Muzlim Arabs rioters, not the other way around.


The slogan: “A Jew does not expel Jews.”

Apparently, they do.
Sometimes, sweet friends— Tis about making distinctions.
All people, and all situations are not the same.

The morning prayers in fact, include thanking God for giving us the ability to make these distinctions. Day is not Night.

Sworn Enemies of the Jewish people, of Americans, of any Freedom loving Nations and the values we stand for– are NOT “just like us.”eyewatchani

Once upon a time King Saul was ordered by God Himself to kill ALL the citizens of the nation of “Amalek”.

King Saul decided to “feel” compassion on their leader and spared his life.

In the one one extra day allotted to him, King Agag fathered a child who became the ancestor of one of the Jewish people’s most hateful enemies in history: the villain of the recent Purim story: Haman.

The Talmud says ” Who is kind to the cruel ends up being cruel to the kind “.

Do we and Israel need to be reminded of how so called “Palestinians” danced in the streets and handed out candy after Sept 11, and every other massacre?


Destroying EVIL is far from cruel.
In fact it is the greatest act of Humanity possible.


“A country is not just what it does—it is also what it tolerates.”

Kurt Tucholsky, (German essayist of Jewish origin)



Woke up to THIS:

Terror in capital: At least 25 people were hurt Wednesday afternoon after an explosive device was detonated in a phone booth near the Jerusalem Convention Center.

Aren’t you glad we are so “merciful” and allow them to live in our midst?
Keep it up America…Coming to a bus stop near you…….

21 Responses to “Misplaced Compassion or not?”

  1. Christopher says:

    “Destroying EVIL is far from cruel. In fact it is the greatest act of Humanity possible.”

    No truer word’s have ever been spoken!

    Let the destruction of evil commence so that the Good may thrive!!!!!!

    May God Bless you Angel and Israel!

  2. Always On Watch says:

    “A country is not just what it does—it is also what it tolerates.”

    Kurt Tucholsky, (German essayist of Jewish origin)

    Profound words.

  3. amanofwonder says:

    Perhaps no greater words were every spoken than,

    “Let MY people go.”

    Until the world understands the truth, plagues will continue to beset us all.

    Genesis 13 – verse 14.

    Arise, walk through the land, the length of it and the breadth of it, for I will give it to you.

    Pretty much Black and White huh!

  4. KarL M says:

    Fantastic history lesson Angel, keep up the “fight for right”..

    There better be a Good Book scorecard in Heaven for evey resident of Gaza, or else i can not understand what it was all done for.

    Acts of Kindness beget more Acts of Kindness..so if that is a “problem” that Jewish people have, i guess they will remain a problem for ever…
    (and the Arab Islamo Nazis will exploit them because of it)

  5. Ricky Vines says:

    If our enemies turn us into savages, then they would have won. They will not steal our humanity. They will not pollute the purity and beauty of Judaism.

  6. Freedom, by the way says:

    Very thorough post, Angel. Many find it hard to believe that there are those who wish for the destruction of Israel. But those are the people that do not wish to acknowledge that evil exists. It does–and under the cloak of religion, no less.

  7. Woodsterman says:

    No arguments here Angel. I won’t soil your pages with how I feel about Musloons, but may they receive what they wish for us.

  8. Debbie says:

    “WHEN DO WE DEMAND RECIPROCITY AND HUMANITY FROM OUR ENEMIES?” I’m afraid demanding it will not be enough Angel.

  9. Comedy Plus says:

    What Christopher said. Right on the money.

    Have a terrific day. Big hug. :)

  10. Katie says:

    The terror is just beginning I fear. Expect it to escalate to violence on a level never seen before. G-d help us all.

  11. Tim says:

    Israel needs to just give the world the finger and totally repave Palestine.

  12. cube says:

    Israelis aren’t hateful barbarians…

  13. Ricky Vines says:

    Freedom by the way:

    Re: “hard to believe that there are those who wish for the destruction of Israel” The Arabs and Persians all want to drive Israel back to the sea – to her demise. Nothing to believe there because, that is an undeniable fact. It is no longer an object of belief but of cognition.

    Re: “those are the people that do not wish to acknowledge that evil exists.”
    The Hebrew Scriptures and the Talmud all acknowledge the reality of evil and the duty of the just man to resist and oppose evil. The bombers of the bus in Jerusalem, those who launched rockets from Gaza and those who killed the Fogels are evil and need to be executed – but not an innocent infant and her mother – imho.

    Re: “It does–and under the cloak of religion, no less.”
    And if it were not for religion, then there will be no Promised Land bequeathed to Israel; there won’t be a Chosen people. Religion makes Israel the light to the nations.

  14. Bunkerville says:

    I fear only the beginning. They have been encouraged by our naive or treasonous President.

  15. Mustang says:

    I don’t think it is possible for Moslems to behave humanely; you have to first be human.

  16. Matt says:

    This reminds me of a story about a mother, whose child was saved in much the same way you said here. She was quoted as saying that she hoped her child grew to be a suicide bomber…to kill Jews.

  17. Teresa says:

    “A country is not just what it does—it is also what it tolerates.”
    Kurt Tucholsky, (German essayist of Jewish origin)

    This is so true. We need to stop appeasing our enemies and instead start destroying our enemies.

  18. Jenny says:

    Angel, I always learn so much from your articles. You are a singular woman with so much wisdom to share, and I salute you. Reading this (with a tear in my eye and a lump in my throat for the Jews who call that little strip of land “home”) I couldn’t help but think how it is analogous to the time we dropped the bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It ENDED the war and ENDED the brutal slaughter of millions — taking not one but TWO atomic detonations because the Japanese were so stubborn. Today the progressiliberals want us to bow and scrape and apologize for those actions, but they were HUMANE actions. Paul Tibbets, God rest his soul, is a personal hero of mine. He came to Columbia for Veteran’s Day in 2002 and although I was working and had to watch the activities on the town square through a window (actually the weather was terrible too), my husband was in the crowd and heard him speak. It was a great privilege. God bless our troops and keep them safe from harm. God bless America and God save Israel.

  19. William Stout says:

    I have heard it said that people consciously decide not to recognize evil. Because the burden to fight it comes with its recognition. Thus does the world become an accomplice to the evils of Islam. Nothing is said of the institutionalized hatred, nothing is said of the Islamic sympathy for the Nazis, nothing is said about the destruction of freedom. The world just goes with the flow both of Islam and of the blood it spills. Sad.

  20. Frank says:

    People need to KNOW THEIR ENEMY:

  21. Nili says:

    The bomb went off across from the convention center–and blew up my bus shelter. It should be noted that the one fatality was not even a Jew–but a tourist in town to study Hebrew. But like Itamar, the world media plays down the barbaric actions of Islam, ’cause you know, we Jews keep building those darn houses in Israel–go figure…