December 2, 2010, - 5:04 pm

40 Dead: Are Islamic Terrorists Behind Largest Israeli Fire Ever?

By Debbie Schlussel

Are Palestinian Islamic terrorists behind the largest forest fire ever in Israel?  If so, it would be the largest terrorist attack on Israelis for years.  Forty Israelis are now dead from the fire in the forest area in Carmel near Haifa, and the Haifa Police Chief, Ahuva Tomer (for those who don’t know Hebrew, it’s a woman’s name), is critically injured.  The men who died were all prison guards who were on a bus to Damon Prison, where prisoners were being evacuated.  Their bus caught on fire and the men all died.  What’s interesting is that the Damon Prison houses 500 Palestinians and foreigners.  Was the fire also set to free Islamic terrorists, a number of whom are housed at Damon Prison?

Don’t bet against it.  Arson is a frequent tactic of Palestinian terrorists.

Blankets Cover the Bodies of Israeli Prison Guards Killed in Massive Forest Fire

The late Terrorist-in-Chief Yasser Arafat constantly threatened to commit arson as a terrorist tactic against Israel.  On Palestinian radio, he even urged Palestinians to torch Israeli forests.  And there have been several mysterious forest fires in Israel over the years which are suspicious and may have been set on purpose by Palestinian arsonists.  Those large forest fires in Israel where the cause was identified were, in fact, deliberately set by Palestinian Arabs. Don’t forget, also, that when Palestinian terrorists responsible for murdering Jews in Israel holed themselves up at the Church of the Nativity, they set fire to the church.  Remember that the next time you hear about Muslim respect for Christianity and Jesus.

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu declared today a national day of mourning in Israel.  Say a prayer for the deceased Israeli prison guards and their families.  Theirs will, sadly, not be a happy Channukah. Blessed Be the Memories of these innocent victims.

Are Islamic Terrorists Behind the Largest Forest Fire in Israel’s History? . . .

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My thought exactly. First thing that popped into my mind when heard about this earlier on the news. The fire fighters are running out of equipment to put this fire out and are asking neighboring countries for help. YEAH RIGHT, good luck with that.
The only help they would send are cans of gasoline.

Davida on December 2, 2010 at 5:16 pm

    Although little publicity has been given to the fact, some of Israel’s neighbors have actually offered equipment to help Israel and Israel has accepted. The first such nation is, suprisingly, Turkey:

    “Israel has accepted the offer and ours was, I guess, one of the first governments to offer help,” the spokesperson of the Turkish embassy in the United States told Haaretz.

    Ralph Adamo on December 2, 2010 at 11:05 pm

    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3993450,00.html

    International community offering its help: Israeli authorities are expecting to receive more than 20 firefighting aircraft Thursday night from Britain, France, Romania, Greece, Cyprus, Spain, Croatia, Azerbaijan and Russia to help in the effort to contain the northern blaze that claimed at least 40 lives.

    Read the article, the Greeks have already landed. Even Turkey is sending help. You might ask yourself Why? Because Israel is the first line of defense against global terrorism and even countries like Turkey and Russia know it.

    D'v in Tel Aviv on December 2, 2010 at 11:52 pm

      I don’t agree with you about the Turks.

      But it says something you regard as me worse than those who hate Israel and side with its enemies.

      Like I said, you don’t know me and my family in Israel.

      NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 1:33 am

Assuming this was an Arab (which is a good assumption), this just shows how much the Arabs care about the land.. The Arabs overgrazed the land before the Jews drained the swamps, rebuilt the forests, the soil, reversed desertification, etc.

The only things the Arabs can do is destroy. Islam has taught them to hate anyone who does not pray like they do. They have never had a spark of creativity. Even during the height of Islamic power, the doctors, scientists, and mathematicians were all Jews. The Muslims could do little but pick their noses and wipe their butts with their hands (and that is in the Islamic teachings…eat with your right hand, and wipe with your left hand.) Swell culture.

Jonathan Grant on December 2, 2010 at 6:30 pm

    Jon, they wouldn’t have gotten as far as they did without the Jews. That sticks in their craw and they can’t acknowledge ALL their teachings were original with the Jews to begin with. So they have to hate and murder Jews to avoid having to honor them as the first monotheist faith of mankind.

    NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 1:36 am

Maybe it was the Germans, since that’s what they did during WW2?

See the pattern, Schlussel? Or are you going to delete this comment too to give others (and yourself) the illusion that everyone supports you?

Random observer on December 2, 2010 at 7:01 pm

    Of course not everyone agrees with Debbie…only those of us who aren’t willfully blind concerning Islam and its ever-so-peaceful adherents.

    Islam Delenda Est on December 2, 2010 at 7:49 pm

    I’m going to call you a name that I am quite sure that you have heard many, many times during your lifetime…JERK-OFF, A-HOLE!!!!

    Davida on December 2, 2010 at 7:55 pm

    I hope she deletes yours.

    Why don’t you take your low class anti-Semitic comments and stick them where the sun don’t shine.

    And yes, I do stand by her. When she writes Muslims might be behind it, history has a way of bearing her out. Actually, I don’t care if they are found responsible. As I said, they hate Jews and for them when Jews suffer (and die), they are happy.

    So, if that’s how you feel, take your views elsewhere. They’re not welcome on this site!

    NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 1:16 am

Miss Schlussel, Et Alii:

Wow!

I’ve actually BEEN there (although it was about a zillion years ago)!

The problem with life in a perpetual war zone is that accidents actually DO happen, and it may not have been an act of war.

Reports indicate the fire may have originated in an illegal dumping site.

Also, reports are conflicting, but my understanding is that the prison guards, who were from all over Israel, were coming FROM the prison, where they had spent the day participating in a special training course.

I do remember personally witnessing the very visibly contrasting “green line”, i.e., the border separating Jordan from Israel, with all the greenery of fertile farming on the Israeli side, and nothing but bleak, barren desert on the Jordanian side.

But, was this due to someone’s carelessness, a criminal arsonist, or was it a deliberate act of war?

Will we ever know?

For a tiny nation such as Israel, losing that much forest is monumentally tragic, even without the accompanying fatalities.

Also, with all of its resources now committed to combatting this monstrous conflagration, I imagine Israel could be more vulnerable to enemy attack at this moment.

Hmmmm – - – if it was deliberately set, then the fire could be a retaliatory strike in response to Israel’s “Stuxnet” cyber espionage and alleged(?) assassination(s) in Iran.

This thing may escalate.

Thank you.

John Robert Mallernee
Armed Forces Retirement Home
Gulfport, Mississippi 39507

JRM: It’s a fact the bus was headed TO the prison so the guards could help with the evacuation, not from the prison. DS

John Robert Mallernee on December 2, 2010 at 7:13 pm

Israel has a long and honorable record of helping other nations around the world, of all beliefs, when they were stricken with disaster. How many of them will help Israel now, and show that they can be distinguished from animals?

Little Al on December 2, 2010 at 7:47 pm

lol Yeah God is really on Israels side. He let them burn baby burn.

True Christian on December 2, 2010 at 8:07 pm

    Wow True Christian, that is so NOT Christ like. Think it is time to change your handle.

    Davida on December 2, 2010 at 9:00 pm

    I’m really disgusted. I would think you have sympathy for people who were horribly burned to death today and some consideration for their families!

    We can see what kind of a Christian you are. This makes me want to take back everything I’ve ever said about Jews making mistakes. While Jews may make mistakes, you’re evil. That’s all I have to say here since I don’t want to give your spew credibility.

    NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 1:08 am

Israel has a drought for the past few years and I think its more than likely a spark caught some place and ignited an inferno. When you have a lot of dry and dead vegetation, its the perfect breeding ground for a firestorm.

A lot of lives were lost because the Stupid Jews didn’t do the elementary thing and do controlled burnings on Mt Carmel to clear out the dead brush.

That’s a lesson for which good people paid with their lives that should have been learned earlier. Hopefully, Israel will begin doing controlled burnings in the future to avert a catastrophe like this one. Its better to burn it under supervision than allow it grow into an inferno. Pray for the firefighters. They have a huge job ahead of them extinguishing this fire.

NormanF on December 2, 2010 at 8:49 pm

    Norman you are the one who has dry brush for brains, obviously in need of a brain transplant. Three fires started simultaneously, not official, but you will soon read it was arson. The 40 killed, May They Rest in Peace, were on their way to evacuate the prison because the fire was spreading in that direction. A prison filled with terrorists and criminals with Israeli blood on their hands, but us stupid Jews/Israelis because we are also stupid humanitarians, and so in stupidly trying to save the lives of these criminals because it is the moral thing to do, stupidly gave their own lives, instead. In addition, our Haifa Police Commander (a woman) is lying grave condition in Rambam Hospital as she was part of the mission to rescue these unworthy low-lives from this prison in Haifa.

    Now you can take your opinion of us “stupid Jews” and stick it where the sun don’t shine.

    And, for added good measure, you can take your dumb ass stupid anti-Semitic comments and take a deep swallow, hope you choke on your words. Morons like you the world doesn’t need. Do me a favor, go crawl back in the hole from whence you came.

    D'v in Tel Aviv on December 3, 2010 at 12:09 am

      There are suspicions it was arson. Nothing has been proved yet but given the Muslim reaction to graphic photos published on jihadist websites, all you need to know is that their happiness over Jewish deaths is such that words fail a decent person.

      Yet one not exclude the possibility I raised because Israel has been have undergoing an extreme drought for much of the past year. We will know soon enough if its arson. And I don’t really appreciate you insulting me for saying Israel hasn’t exactly prepared for this kind of natural disaster. Those 40 killed, may their memory be for a blessing, where caught in the wrong place at the wrong time and the fire spread too fast to allow them to escape! They shouldn’t have had to die!

      And I observe that you don’t think much of their going to save low-lifes. I don’t agree with you; the Israeli guards and offers went to do their duty and they paid a price no one on this earth should ever have to pay.

      NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 12:39 am

        For added good measure, when Israel stops treating these barbarians with kid gloves and sitting down with at the table and apologizing of existing, I’ll consider them to be Smart Jews! Haven’t the Jewish people paid a price enough already in death and suffering? So don’t accuse me of anti-Semitism. Israel has done many things right but has been slow to catch up to the fact its in danger.

        Every decent person wants the best for Israel and for this small and beautiful land to survive. What happened today was a catastrophe, especially for the families who lost their loved ones.

        I ask every one to pray for Haifa’s Police Chief. May G-d save her!

        NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 12:40 am

        Norman there is nothing wrong in giving your opinion on why Israel was not prepared with the right (or enough) firefighting planes and equipment, that’s your opinion you have a right to your opinion, however, why call them “stupid Jews?” Why? Does it help us now? Now, we first need to fix the problem, Baruch Ha’Shem there are countries that have come to our rescue and are still arriving. Afterwards, after all the burials, and the mourning, and the re-building, there will be an investigation on many levels. Right now is not the time to blame, let alone call Jews stupid. Now, is the time to pray. Hevanta?

        D'v in Tel Aviv on December 3, 2010 at 4:56 am

          I admit I have little tolerance for incompetence and
          bungling and I have to make it clear not only Jews are
          prone to it. But there are lapses and deficiencies in Israel
          that never get addressed until a disaster strikes and then
          only something is done. Still – you have a good point to make and now is not the time to place the blame on any one. When and if the cause of the fires is determined, it is my hope that the country will be better prepared to deal with them in the future. Hevanta! Now is the time to pray and ask G-d to forgive the country its sins, pray for rain and heal and make things right between Jews. And no one desires their happiness more than me and I wish as G-d does, that no man die but that he live and do good deeds under Heaven. Israel’s best days are not behind it; they’re still to come and even all the foibles of human nature won’t change my faith in Israel’s future.

          NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 5:33 am

        he’s right norman…the way you said what you said does make you the idiot
        and also, by your logic which is also superstitiously ridiculous and ignorant~possibly this novelty god constantine made out of jesus christ to sell to tourists and fuel fires and agression and resentment against innocent jewish over the centuries is creating a disaster to see what you think about it norman? it’s all on you dude! norman! god is speaking to you! through likely acts of terrorist against the good and humble people celebrating hanukka! ~aRe YoU rEaDy To BeGiN yOuR qUeSt To TrUtH nOrMaN? please press enter

        zach jacoby on December 4, 2010 at 3:56 am

      UPDATE: By the way, Steve Plaut who lives in Haifa, thinks it may well be arson and it would not surprise him if the Israeli government were to hide it to excuse the Arab barbarians and so keep the pretense of the so-called peace process going.

      You called me an anti-Semite for saying Israel’s Jews may have failed to take precautions that should have been taken well in advance. Thanks for that insightful comment. It now appears Israel has had a shortage of fire-fighting equipment even though the danger was well known. There was no clear strategy for fire prevention and response in the works.

      This morning the fire on Tirat Carmel is under control. We owe the firefighters a debt of enormous gratitude for saving the city of Haifa from destruction and that more lives and property have not been lost.

      And yes, I do find fault with Israel’s Jews repeatedly being surprised by things for which they should be prepared. If there is an enemy attack on Israel in the future, Israel will not have the luxury of summoning foreign aid. I think my criticism was measured was measured and responsible. And I hope that the lessons from this disaster are taken to heart so people won’t die from the government’s short-sightedness in the future.

      NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 5:23 am

      Don’t blame others, Israel is not ready to deal with this kind of fire, that’s it.

      ederbrzl on December 6, 2010 at 6:25 am

haAravim hachutza

David Makowsky on December 2, 2010 at 11:07 pm

    attah sodek and the sooner the better.

    D'v in Tel Aviv on December 2, 2010 at 11:54 pm

As often happens in the midst of a crisis, the fire’s origin remains unclear. Early reports suggested multiple source points (implying arson), another insisting there was only one. Even if it was one, it *could* have been deliberately set – and Palestinians have been known to start such fires. What *is* known is that many Arabs were cheering, just as they cheered on 9/11.

Israel was also not prepared to deal with such a crisis. They regularly practice for mass casualty events, for chemical attacks, etc. but never for a major fire. Perhaps thinking, “It’ll never happen here”, they lacked adequate equipment and are forced to seek aid from Cyprus, Greece, Spain and many others. (The US Forest Service is providing fire fighting chemicals.)

What’s tragic, aside from the horrendous loss of life, is the loss of so much that was planted, grown and built over many generations. I learned earlier that much of Kibbutz Beit Oren, where I studied and volunteered for a time long ago, has been destroyed.

But even in tragedy the Hebrew line that “all of Israel is responsible for one another” is made real. People across the country are opening up their homes for the thousands being evacuated.

Raymond in DC on December 2, 2010 at 11:24 pm

    The Arabs are cheering – I expect them to because they ARE barbarians and they enjoy it when Jews die. This is regardless of whether they started it or not, that’s their nature.

    Hopefully, what will come of out this tragedy is Israel being better prepared to deal with natural disasters like this one so lives can be saved in the future. With the horrendous loss of life today – that’s more critical than ever. Israel has the knowledge to save lives in wars and terrorist attacks and part of me feels that Israel could have been better prepared for might happen in a drought situation.

    NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 12:51 am

    So much lost. New trees can be planted, the kibbutz can be re-built but all those good lives who are gone – those can never be restored. They just didn’t stand a chance and that’s a tragedy and the dislocation which the fire prompted has made it literally the blackest day in Israel’s modern history. The country though will come back from it as it has from many sorrows like it in the past and here Jewish history reminds one that there are always tears mixed with happiness. This is another such time.

    NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 1:00 am

Its just heartbreaking a beautiful kibbutz was completely destroyed and we can only thank Heaven every one is safe. This has cast a cloud over Hannukah in Israel. And yet this tragedy has brought out the best in every one in Israel, who are opening their hearts, their homes and giving their time for those left homeless by the fires and offering food and water to those fighting the fires.

D’v doesn’t know me but I have family in the Haifa area and I don’t even know their whereabouts. And what I’ve said about the fire conditions is still true – we’ve had firestorms like this in California and other states here in the USA. This is something no good person wants to see happen and here Israel is in the middle of it. Again, we pray for the firefighters as they work around the clock to save lives and to put it out for good!

NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 12:52 am

    Norman, I’m here in Tel Aviv and I also have friends in Haifa, she and her family are home today, her children did not go to school. Last night all you heard was the fire engines racing to get to the North. I understand what you mean, but please no time to blame Israel. We are all in shock.

    I am sure your family in Haifa is OK. They evacuated who they needed to evacuate. As far as I know the only ones killed were the people who worked for the prison system, and the Haifa Police Commander is fighting for her life.

    In the meantime, the Arabs (just like on 9/11) are dancing and partying and having a good time. Matter of fact, there were Arabs (most likely Druize) who died in that bus, I saw the list of names. The Government of Israel needs to fix our “enemy within” problem, in fact, it’s our biggest problem, from this comes all our other problems.

    Shabbat Shalom

    D'v in Tel Aviv on December 3, 2010 at 5:10 am

      The Druze are the Jews’ blood brothers. Their deaths has saddened every one in Israel. There’s a lesson here for anti-Semites who think that it was Jews who were killed and they’re dancing all over it. What we’ve seen here and to focus on the positive is a country mourning – yes, for non-Jewish dead, and incredible acts of courage, selflessness, bravery and compassion from people in all walks of life, who’ve opened homes for those without one, who gave food and drink to the firefighters and who have been brought together by tragedy.

      NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 5:46 am

        This is the Israel I esteem and the country I love and which has brought out the best in its people. I won’t speak of its short-comings here; these have already been pointed out by me and will be addressed by others also, but of the strengthens and goodness of the Jewish homeland. These are a source of quiet pride and great solace at a troubled time like this and I can only add in closing that, when the Jews’ ancestors faced the extinction of their faith at the hands of the Greeks, their victory and re-dedication of the Temple altar with the holy lights of the menorah showed that even in darkness the light still shines. And the light will shine bright for Israel and its beautiful people through this Shabbat and beyond!

        Amen. And may G-d bless Israel!

        NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 5:47 am

Glad to see the US Forest Service providing help. I hope they’re faster than Obama’s aid to the Gulf Oil Leak.
Along with the loss of lives it really is sad to see so much natural resources destroyed. In a small country like Israel it’s going to have a huge impact.
Does the G-D of Israel accept prayers from non-Jews praying for Israel? I sure hope so.
It will be interesting to say the least, to see who comes to Israel’s aid, considering she’s the first to come to everyone else’s.

theShadow on December 3, 2010 at 1:12 am

“Ein Aravim. Ein Piguim.”
During my 28 years in Israel (Hadera), I traveled and hiked many times in that area and I know the Tirat Carmel/Daliyat Carmel (Druze)/Beit Oren terrain very well – even passing by that prison many times. The back road to the prison is quite narrow and winding.

What has happened is so sad and horrifying. I am absolutely sure that this is a arson/terror attack, made so much worse by the super-arid conditions. The celebrating Arabs show just how twisted and psychotic they are.

Redwine on December 3, 2010 at 1:18 am

    Absolutely! The Arabs have no humanity to them and nothing quite tees me off that Jews with a healthy survival instinct are accused of being racist for not wanting them in the midst or a Palestinian state, which as every person with common sense knows, will simply trigger the next Middle East war. Whether or not the fire on Mt Carmel is proven to be arson, we already know exactly how the Arabs react when misfortune befalls the Jews.

    NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 1:27 am

theShadow, yes He does. Israel’s Chief Rabbis have led prayers at the Western Wall. If those who died and this drought has been due to Israel displeasing G-d, then hopefully, the prayers to Heaven may make it relent and G-d may make it rain upon the land. Nothing in this world happens by coincidence or mere chance. As for the nations, we will see who will stand by Israel in its hour of need and who won’t and they will be judged accordingly by G-d for their deeds or the lack of them.

NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 1:22 am

Netanyahu is very good at calling for national days of mourning-and building freezes.

Miranda Rose Smith on December 3, 2010 at 2:43 am

    I wouldn’t be surprised if the drought is Divine Judgment on Israel for its refusal to acknowledge G-d’s gift. When the Jewish people disobey Him, they experience tragedy. The only question is when will the country wake up?

    And if the fire turns out to be instigated by Muslim terrorists, I expect Israel to do nothing about it.

    NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 2:59 am

Deb:

I knew you’d write something like this.

Arab terrorists have set Israel’s forests on fire before. That’s a known fact. As such, the thought that this could have been an act of arson certainly crossed my mind.

That being said, I wouldn’t automatically ASSUME it was an act of arson. If it were and the Israelis knew it for certain, they would have said something by now. (I have not checked the latest news updates this morning.)

I’m content to wait and see. My thoughts right now are with the families of the deceased and those fighting this devastating fire in hope and prayer that it can be extinguished quickly.

Regards,

TINSC (aka There is NO Santa Claus)

There is NO Santa Claus on December 3, 2010 at 7:30 am

***UPDATE***

Well wadda ya know! Turkey sent firefighting planes to Israel to assist in the fire fighting effort. It’s nice to know the Turks have some sense of gratitude for all the times Israel sent fast-response teams to help relieve Turkey in the aftermath of devastating earthquakes.

I’m not much of a fan of PM Erdogan and I hope the Israelis don’t get too crazy in expressing their gratitude toward Turkey. It’s a good thing for Israel and Turkey to assist one another when disasters like this strike. I just hope the “gratitude process” doesn’t manifest itself into unnecessary politics (i.e. Israeli political concessions).

There is NO Santa Claus on December 3, 2010 at 7:39 am

The latest PEW poll shows that moderation and support for terrorism are inversely related. The most extreme Muslims are Jordanians. The least extreme are the Turks. And while Jordan’s government is officially against extremists, the population supports them. In Turkey, it appears to be exactly the reverse situation.

NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 7:58 am

Hi every body first Happy Hanuka!
As human being I am sadden by the loss of so many lives .However, that somebody blame it on BARBARIANS ( a term Hilter him self could not come with )is bad test and signal of psycholigical retardness.Judging an ethnic groupe on what few have commited is REIN RASSISMUS.
I do not heat Jews, but i heat racism.
Salam

muzzi man_married _to _ a Jew on December 3, 2010 at 10:55 am

The shortest, most definite answer to the question “40 Dead: Are Islamic Terrorists Behind Largest Israeli Fire Ever?”

Like, duh?

OT – does anyone know about Mumford and Sons? They got nominated for the Grammy’s “Best New Artist” category. Google them, YouTube them. I want these guys to win. Just because. :)

The Reverend Jacques on December 3, 2010 at 11:22 am

Guys, I’m going to point fingers: at the Israeli “news” media, who, with the exception of Arutz Sheva, will not entertain the possibility of arson by Muslims, and at the rest of the leadership stratum that has allowed the Bnei Amalek to remain in Eretz Israel. Finally, I blame D’v in Tel Aviv and those who think like him. For example:

“A prison filled with terrorists and criminals with Israeli blood on their hands, but us stupid Jews/Israelis because we are also stupid humanitarians, and so in stupidly trying to save the lives of these criminals because it is the moral thing to do …”

It is NOT moral or humanitarian to save the lives of Bnei Amalek. In thinking this way, you have the blood of fellow Jews on your hands.

skzion on December 3, 2010 at 1:04 pm

The police have confirmed Debbie WAS right… at least ONE fire appears to be arson and there’s a good chance to others also were the result of arson also. Now the question who set it? I think we can make a pretty good guess. Aside from the fact they didn’t murder Jews, its a certainty they wanted to kill as many of them (had the fire, G-d forbid, spread further) as they could.

And skzion, I agree with you. I just feel indescribably sad today at what happened and what could have happened and all of Israel is in debt to the brave firefighters whose efforts spared a city I fell in love with the first time I saw it in 1978 and then again in 1985.

NormanF on December 3, 2010 at 1:28 pm

Of course its the Falastinians… What, you still think its act of nature? Islamists did it, as well as the source of all evil. I’m not joking and I acknowledge that muslims across US are anything but straight pacifists… Once you turn muslim, you’re a diabolical creature. One has to stand firmly against the outspread of islam. Europe is falling, and a wakeup like 9/11 which is like the London metro bombings, Madrid bombings, the recent printer explosives, all indicate that saudis, iran, and syria are THE axis of evil. We should stand firmly against all muslims… This terror has to end.

Adel on December 3, 2010 at 2:18 pm

yes the muslim faith is silly. but so are the jewish and christian faiths. they are all based on an invisible man in the sky who needs to be constantly praised like a 5 year old for his good work. religions are inherently moronic notions. they cause more problems then they solve and if people stopped believing in the existence of an invisible man in the sky then jews and muslims could finally get along because once they admitted that their religions were fairey tales they would have nothing to argue about except for whose fairey tale was the silliest. grow up people god is as real as santa claus.

peter on December 3, 2010 at 5:20 pm

yes the muslim faith is silly. but so are the jewish and christian faiths. they are all based on an invisible man in the sky who needs to be constantly praised like a 5 year old for his good work. religions are inherently moronic notions.

peter on December 3, 2010 at 5:21 pm

The Arab barbarians as expected are cheering it on…. not that Israel’s dhimmi Jewish leadership will tell them to go take a walk. And to think they actually thanked the Turks for sending him. I’d have told them to stay home – but that’s me. Do Jews need to grovel to those who hate them?

There’s far too much of that to go around.

NormanF on December 5, 2010 at 2:29 am

Debbie, who do you recommend we donate money to to re-plant the forest?

Solomon2 on December 5, 2010 at 9:50 pm

Arab fire starters twisted fire starters

David Branch on January 24, 2011 at 5:01 pm

Can I just say you all are brainwashed.
Israel is a very rich country,they are have worldwide companies such was Walt Disney,they actually control Palestine and what goes in or not.So the Israeli children got injured but your forgetting the other side,how many Palestine children have been injured.Sad how it was their land before and they feel lice a refugee in their own land.

Samina on January 15, 2012 at 6:55 am

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