" Thou comest to me with a sword and a spear and a shield, but I come to thee in the name of the L-rd of Hosts, the G-d of the armies of Israel, whom thou hast humiliated..." (I Samuel, 17:45-47)

Sunday, September 6, 2009

The IDF's Chief Council Chooses Baal

IDF Chief Counsel: International Law 'Sacred' for the Military

(IsraelNN.com) The IDF's Chief Counsel, Brig.-Gen. Avichai Mandelblit, said in a weekend lecture that the IDF is utterly committed to international law in all of its actions and defended the decision not to bomb the hospital where Hamas's heads were hiding during the IDF's operation in Gaza in January.
Speaking at a Jerusalem seminar titled “Fighting and Winning within the Framework of the Law,” Mandelblit said that the IDF would never put aside the laws laid down by international law, adding that “all of the commanders hold it sacred.”..."More Israel News"
Commentary: This kippah wearing fool is a disgrace. He stood up in front of an audience and chose Baal as his god. The Baal of international law and the distorted "morality" that follows when one adheres to such Hellenism. It's time for him to be honest with himself and take off his kippah. He's clearly not committed to Torah, so why continue with the mamlachti charade? Avichai Mandelblit spoke about the "sanctity of international law". Let me translate what this means. It means a commitment to an insane policy of "havlagah" that caused the deaths of Jewish soldiers, because they were afraid of harming the "civilian" hyenas of Gaza. Jewish law clearly mandates that we are required to kill the enemy without discretion in a Milchemet Mitzvah. International law would consider biblical warfare to be "genocidal". The two have as much in common with each other as pork and a piece of shmurah matzo.
Brig.-Gen. Avichai Mandelblit needs a refuah shleima for his diseased soul. Do me a favor. Make a mi shebeirach for him this coming Shabbat. A word of caution. He's terribly contagious and may have already infected some of your neighbors.
Some Torah for the "Brig.-Gen." (He wouldn't make potato peeler in my army.) Tanchuma: Shoftim 15:
"When you go forth to battle against your enemies" (Deuteronomy 20:1).... What is meant by "against your enemies"? G-d said, "Confront them as enemies. Just as they show you know mercy, so you should not show them any mercy."
Jewish Warfare 101: Show no mercy to the merciless, even when they hide in a hospital. There are no enemy hospitals in biblical warfare. Only graveyards and soon to become graveyards.
Shavuah Tov.

1 comment:

  1. B"H

    What does the Erev Rav care about the Torah?

    Nothing,...except for the times their "rabbis" distort it.


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