Thursday is the planned rescheduling of the traditional Israeli flag parade from Jerusalem Day that was cancelled due to Hamas starting a rocket war with Israel, even shooting at Jerusalem. Hamas is threatening Israel to shoot rockets again if the rescheduled flag parade is not canceled.
Today, Defense Minister Benny Gantz as well as other security officials are saying to cancel the March because it is a provocation, bad timing etc. Orna Barnivay, Yair Lapid’s pick for the extremely important Security and Defense Knesset Committee, also is calling for the flag parade to be canceled.
The other reason some Israeli politicians want to cancel the rescheduled parade is because Arab Israelis might riot again, and cause the new fragile left-right government from getting off the ground.
Again, if Arab Muslims riot again, then Israelis will once again be reminded of the truth that we have a fifth-column that must be dealt with properly. Not by allowing the head of the Israeli Muslim Brotherhood organization to join the government. Even though he speaks about “integrating into Israeli society” he has yet to denounce the incitement of Israeli Muslim leaders who led the vast violence and progroms against Jewish Israeli citizens just weeks ago.
Once upon a time Israel had leaders, unlike today, who did not give in to the threats and terror of our Arab enemies.
Wow! What a picture! The picture below is from 1968 from an IDF parade right in front of Damascus Gate, also referred to by the press as “Arab East Jerusalem”.
The Islamic Middle East culture is about strength and respect. Back in 1968 Israeli leadership understood that.
Today, much of our leadership, as well as the political leadership of the Western world, believes in appeasement (aka weakness).
This is why in 1967 we were able to win a miraculous war in 6 days against armies and soldiers from Arab Muslim countries across the Middle East, and celebrate the win with an IDF parade in front of Damascus Gate, while today we spend years fighting terror organizations without the ability to beat them and end their terror against us, and then fear Israeli flags being waved in Arab areas of Jerusalem.
I’m not a politician or an IDF commander with the ability to influence policy. However, I’m in the business of spreading the truth via social media to as many people as possible, so that we have as much public awareness as possible regarding the truth.
Truth – If we want to create a better future with our Arab Muslim neighbors we must acknowledge and respect their culture of strength and respect. This means that when we win, we let them know that we won! And we must always act as a true sovereign letting them know they can’t get away with their crime, protection rackets, terror and overall violence against Jews and Muslims.
So long as we continue to have leadership that appeases our enemies and appeases the Western politicians in the world, we will continue to be looked at as weak by our enemies, and they will continue their thousands-year religious war to kill us.
In the meantime, today is the 54th anniversary of the miraculous 6-day war! We are only here, day after day, because the one above is looking after us. No matter how good our army was then or today, we must not forget we are only here, surviving and thriving because of the one above. No logic or military strategy can make sense of how the third Jewish commonwealth, the modern State of Israel, still exists today. No matter how bad things get, do not let go of your faith! Am Yisreal Chai!!!
Israeli Leaders Must Learn from US General Patton
Today is the 77th anniversary of D-Day. All of humanity owe our lives and freedom to the brave freedom fighters who fought on D-Day. today’s politically-correct “social justice warriors” are not warriors at all and their is nothing just about their activities. The fighters of D-Day were true freedom warriors. And, yes, it included using force to rid the world of evil. Sometimes force and violence must be used to rid the world of evil.
Israeli leaders today should learn from US General Patton:
On June 6th, 1944 (D-Day):
“We want this war over with. The quickest way to get it over with is to go get the bastards who started it. The quicker they are whipped, the quicker we can go home. The shortest way home is through Berlin and Tokyo”
“It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived.”