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Friday, September 09, 2005
This argument is very surreal.

Who should desecrate the synagogues in Gaza - the Israelis or the Palestinians?

While the Palestinian defilement would likely follow the standard Arab model of synagogue desecration (which involves bodily functions), in the end, does it really make a difference who’s planting the C-4 or driving the D-9?

After 10,000 Jews were violently forced out of their homes, and Gaza quickly transformed into yet another Arab country free of Jews, is the destruction of a bunch of synagogue really such a big deal? (It is.)

Besides, after building a few more public toilets, I doubt the Palestinians would destroy the rest of the synagogues - more likely they will turn then into mosques, or Museums of the Palestinian Holocaust, or some other nonsense like that.

I also don’t understand the argument that it will set precedent for foreign countries to begin destroying their own synagogues. I would have to assume they already learned that such actions are acceptable directly from the disengagement.

Jameel at the Muqata has explored some the thought processes of the Left in order to understand why they feel so strongly that it must be Israel that destroys the synagogues, and that the synagogues must be destroyed.

Personally, I think the whole discussion is surreal.

What additional perspective could I add to it other than that kicking Jews out of their homes and then destroying their synagogues, homes, jobs, and lives, is wrong?


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