Daniel Greenfield writes about settlement building in Israel
“The same people who shrug off deadly rocket attacks on Israelis ‘get into a foaming lather’ over the construction of Israeli homes.” -The Religion of Peace editors
The Deadly Israeli House, by Daniel Greenfield
There are few weapons as deadly as the Israeli house. When its bricks and mortar are combined together, the house, whether it is one of those modest one-story hilltop affairs or a five-floor apartment building complete with hot and cold running water, becomes far more dangerous than anything green and glowing that comes out of the Iranian centrifuges.
Forget the cluster bomb and the mine, the poison gas shell and even tailored viruses. Iran can keep its nuclear bombs. They don’t impress anyone in Europe or in Washington, DC. Genocide is equally not worthy of attention when in the presence of the fearsome weapon of terror that is an Israeli family of four moving into a new apartment downwind from Jerusalem.