It happens all the time. I bring tourists and visitors to Yesha (Judea and Samaria) also known as the West Bank, and they look upon the blossoming Jewish towns with their jaws wide open: “We didn’t know there are actual towns here. We thought they were all temporary dwellings just to make a provocation,” they say.
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- I was outraged to see that there are Israelis who conduct their routine lives in a shadow of a contrast threat of being murdered.
- I was outraged to see that a Jewish village must be surrounded by a security fence to prevent its civilians from being slaughtered.
- I was outraged when I suddenly realized that I have to lay in ambush in the mud outside of a Jewish town on Passover Eve, to ensure that the local Arabs won’t butcher their Jewish neighbors. It is known that Jewish festivals are prime time for Arab terrorist organizations to scalp a few Jews.
- I was outraged to see that Jews can’t take a stroll in the valley right below their homes, and that it is forbidden for them to visit the Arab towns surrounding them because they won’t make it out alive; their freedom of movement is limited; at certain hours, they can’t leave their town at all, and they are constantly under threat of being stoned, shot and publicly lynched.
Just normal guys defending the Jewish State
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