Monday, February 22, 2010
On Moral Assassinations ("P" Is For Purim)
If indeed the Mossad was involved in the recent assassination of the Hamas dog Mahmud al Mabhouh (y'mach sh'mo v'zichro), they should be applauded. It shows that the Mossad can still be ruthless when it wants to be. Israel should let the Jew-hating world rant and rave about "the Israeli bastards" without so much as a comment in response. From the world's reactions, you'd think that they assassinated Martin Luther King or the deceased idolater, "Mother" Theresa, and not a bloodthirsty terrorist who orchestrated the slaughter of Jews. The hell with world opinion. The hell with the British, and the hell with Dubai, which has become a hedonistic haven for hypocritical oil sheiks and terrorists to indulge their disgusting appetites while plotting the murder of Jews. Let these accursed Amalekites cower in fear, as they walk around with a bullseye planted between their eyes. This is the way of the Torah.
The Leftists don't like it. You know the type. The elitist Hellenists of Haifa and Tel Aviv, who read (and write for) Haaretz and Yediot Acharonot. They don't like vengeance in general. That's why they don't like Purim. They don't like merciless covert actions, which anger the Europeans and the EU, who have a propensity for getting physically ill whenever Jews fight back. It they weren't so spiritually sick, these Leftist cappuccino-drinking eunuchs would know that taking vengeance against Jew-killers is a sacred duty.
Israel should be commended on the rare occasion it does something right. (Congratulations! Killing terrorists is a good thing! Doesn't it feel good?) The policy of hunting down terrorists is supremely noble. Now they need to finish the job. Broaden the scope and frequency of such actions. Include all Fatah members on their list of things to silence, starting with the head butcher himself, Mahmoud Abbas (y'mach sh'mo v'zichro). Clean the house entirely before Passover, so that we can munch on the Korbon Pesach this year and truly know what it means to be living in a Jewish state.
When the Mossad's hands aren't shackled, it can still strike fear into the enemy. Meir Dagan should be commended for resurrecting the image of a shadowy Mossad that can gut down any terrorist in any dark corridor of the world. He seems to be doing his job well, a rarity these days in Israel. He's put a real scare into these animals, and I imagine that he smiles a lot when he's in the company of his closest friends. Kol Hakavod to him. A ruthless Mossad is something that Israel desperately needs.
May those who hunt down Jew-killers (without being hindered by politics or politicians) be strengthened and protected by The Almighty. Am Yisroel Chai!