From LGF comes this revealing look from Nissan Ratzlav-Katz into the cold, dead eyes of our enemy and, as he says:
This is the enemy. Don't look away.
Perhaps when another rally is held in support of Iraqi "resistance" or "Palestinian liberation" somewhere in the world, counter-protesters can remind the ever-so-sensitive and progressive demonstrators of Nick Berg's scream of pain, or of two-year-old Meirav Hatuel cowering in her car seat, or of the Ramallah or Fallujah savages dancing with human entrails.
During the lynch of the two IDF soldiers who had taken a wrong turn into Ramallah in 2000, one of the Arab murderers paused in his savage beating to answer a cell phone belonging to one of the dying soldiers.
He told the worried voice on the other end of the line, "We are killing your husband."
There is a Talmudic dictum that states, "One who is merciful to the cruel, will ultimately cause cruelty to the merciful."
It seems to me that we, Israelis and Americans, have proven the Talmudic sages absolutely correct. Please, no more mercy.
As we celebrate Memorial Day, let us first remember those who have given their all in the defense of our way of life, may God bless them all, both living and dead. Secondly, let us look into the eyes of the demon who stalks us in the present and commit ourselves accordingly to it's oblivion for only through the recognition of evil may we summon the strength to defeat it. Don't look away.