this is the war that never ends
A 20 year old woman walks into a crowded family restaurant and proceeds to blow herself up, taking the lives of nineteen innocent people.
You may wonder what makes a young woman -or a young man, for that matter - do such a thing. It's simple, really. It's their culture.
The terrorist's name was Hanadi Jarahat. She was a law student who was only a short time away from being certified as a lawyer. Hanadi apparently took great offense when Israeli police killed her brother and cousin, both of whom were members of the terrorist group Islamic Jihad.
Hanadi's surviving brother, Thahir, is hardly broken up about his sister's death:
"But we are receiving congratulations from people," Thahir said.
"Why should we cry? It's like her wedding today, the happiest day for her," he said.
What can we expect from a people who raise their children to believe that murder is honorable? Sadly, we can only expect more Hanadi Jarahats to rise from the despicable culture of death that pervades the Palestinians and the hateful mentality of those who support them; Americans like Adam Shapiro who are running to protect terrorism-enabler Arafat.
Now, Israle retaliates by going after terrorist camps.
The moonbats and anti-Semites and conspiracy theorists all huddle together, their dirty little cabal creating stories and lies and innuendos to place the blame anywhere but where it belongs and they come up with a winner:
It's a plot by the Americans. It's a pretext to war. This has been planned for ages so Israel could attack Syria or kill Arafat or do other dirty work for the nasty American government, which will do anything to distract the voting American public.
Yom Kippur begins tonight, a time of atonement for Jews. But how many Jews will be able to let go of the anger and rage that has welled up anew in the past 24 hours?
I doubt I will be alone in that.
The U.N. and Bush and Powell will continue to appease Arafat and his henchmen. And this will go on forever. And the anger and the rage will never die and I, for one, do not think anyone should have to atone for such a natural response to hateful, brutal murder.