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March 15, 2011 10:34 am

Dead Jewish Kids Won’t Shock the World

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Grisly scene: home where the crime took place.

The heavens are crying as they see the pictures of the slaughtered Fogel family who were killed like animals by Arab terrorists this weekend – Ruth and Udi Fogel, their three-month-old daughter Hadas, 11 year old Yoav and 4 year old Elad. Media reports in the BBC, NY Times & CNN tell us about a “settler family” killed by “alleged terrorists.”  Not the slaughter of innocent Jews, but settlers & occupiers.

What would the world say if 5 African-Americans were killed by the KKK in the Deep South in this manner, or 5 Democrats killed by Tea Party protesters? Amidst controversy, the government released horrifying visuals of the Fogel family’s blood-drenched corpses. Touching video and pictures are available at My Israel.

There was a lot of debate over the publication of these pictures, but the Diaspora Affairs Minister Yuli Edelstein said: “I want journalists and editorial staff to deal with those pictures.  Let those who already have a fixed image of the conflict between the countries or the nations who can’t seem to reach an agreement over a piece of land see the pictures of the three month old baby; maybe then they will understand that their image is distorted.”

Mr. Minister: The media is biased. 5 slaughtered family members won’t shock the world. They hate the Jews. The only democratic state in the Middle East has 5 sleeping family members slaughtered, yet remains condemned and oppressed by the world.

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  • Billy Levison

    Better hated in Israel than dead at Auschwitz. Drop some bombs on Gaza and wipe Amalek out.

  • Allen Marsh

    Israel should ignore the negative pressure from outsiders, including the U.S.A., and do everything possible to secure protection for the Israelis. Incidentally, America’s leaders (Obama and Clinton) do not speak for the majority of Americans.

  • marcus


    You write very well!

  • Jonathan werestein

    Unfortunately this is true.