Life is Belief & Struggle - Ahmed Shawqi

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Rabid - The Piece Partners

It's hard to understand the level of viciousness the Israelis are up against in the Lone Wolf Intifada. Mere words are inadequate when faced with this level of degenerate evil. Meanwhile, the Palestinian Authority protests the 'summary executions' committed by the Israelis against their Palestinian attackers....

I don't know how you stop this level of rabid attack except by summary execution. Be warned, this isn't a bedtime video.

I am spent my lunch hour pondering if I could countenance any outcome from this scenario than how it played out in real time.

Trying putting yourself; in the position of the Israeli shooter. You are armed; you are in a doorway, a few feet down from the attack site. You witness a man deliberately mow down with his car a group of people waiting for a bus. You watched the man crash his car, jump out and immediately start hacking the victims with a meat cleaver.

Would you have shot to kill or ‘disarm’ him?

I have come to the conclusion I would have emptied my gun on him. My sanity would demand that I make sure he can never hurt anyone again.

Just when I thought the insanity could not get worse the UN gets involved.

Earlier Tuesday, by contrast, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged Israel to carry out a “serious review” on whether its security forces are resorting to excessive force in clashes with Palestinians. Ban finds “the apparent excessive use of force by Israeli security forces” to be “troubling,” his spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters as violence continued in Jerusalem, Ra’anana and the West Bank. This “demands serious review as it only serves to exacerbates the situation leading to a vicious cycle of needless bloodshed,” he said.


  1. What would I do?
    Well, being Canadian, I would first assume that the driver had a medical emergency. Then when the axe appeared, I would have frozen in shock.
    Believe me, I'm a panicky type.
    At the first sign of blood I would have fainted, and been another casualty on the sidewalk.
    I would be grateful for an armed soldier nearby.

    1. Beachnut, I'd believe that if you were a liberal or green party supporter but a dyed-in-the-wool Albertan!

      No way. You'd have probably grabbed the security guard's gun.

  2. If I wasn't able to shoot the terrorist, I would have taken gun lessons until I was in control of both my gun and myself. I don't understand how the Arabs think they are progressing toward statehood with this latest wave of terror. All they are doing is making life more difficult for themselves. As for Israel, I think that at this point she doesn't give a rat's a** for the world's or the UN's opinion and more power to her.

  3. I am not convinced the Palestinians goal is statehood. Still looks like the PLO's phased plan to me. The Palestinians appear much more interested in destroying the Jewish state rather than having their own state. In truth, there is very little motivation for their statehood bid. Once they declare statehood, who will give them money? Being the 'victims' of the Jewish occupiers has been quite lucrative proposal. Just think about this, it is the UNRWA who runs the schools. Once the Palestinians have statehood, there is no more UNRWA to run schools or even medical clinics or who will distribute food in the West Bank or Gaza?