Israel’s Morally Impossible Self-Defense

Israel’s Morally Impossible Self-Defense

It’s near impossible to act morally when your fighting a war with an immoral enemy. The Palestinian people chose Hamas and the PA. They are reaping what they have sown. No sympathy here.

Israel’s Morally Impossible Self-Defense, Front Page MagazineRichard L. Cravatts, July 24, 2014

Israeli soldiers stand in front of Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City

Seeming to give credence to Orwell’s observation that “Everyone believes in the atrocities of the enemy and disbelieves in those of his own side, without ever bothering to examine the evidence,” the world’s attention has turned once again to the clash between Hamas and Israel, as the Jewish state launches its ground incursion into Gaza in what is being called Operation Protective Edge. And predictably, as the body count rises on the Palestinian side, the moral arbiters of acceptable political behavior have begun condemning the Jewish state for its perceived abuses in executing its national self-defense.

Forgetting that Israel’s current campaign was necessitated by ceaseless rocket and mortar assaults on its southern towns from Hamas-controlled Gaza, international leaders and diplomats have initiated their moral hectoring of Israel as it attempts to shield its citizens from…

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