Former FM urges change to IDF rules of engagement, claiming “only this kind of change will stop targeting of citizens.”
Yisrael Beytenu chairman Avigdor Liberman urged incoming Defense Minister, Moshe Ya’alon, on Sunday to change the IDF’s rules of engagement to instruct soldiers to open fire at “rock-throwing terrorists.”
Liberman asserted that “rock-throwing [should] be treated like shooting using firearms,“adding that” only this kind of change will stop civilians and soldiers from being targeted by Arab rioters and prevent disasters.”
The Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) released a report last week documenting a significant rise in Palestinian attacks in the West Bank and east Jerusalem in February.
A total of 139 attacks, including firebombings and the use of improvised explosives, took place in February, compared to 83 in January.
Source: Jerusalem Post
When Islamic mobs tries to destroy your entire nation, it is difficult to take the command of Jesus to “turn the other cheek” literally.
Jesus the Messiah told us to turn the other cheek, and not to resist an evil man. If this teachings mean that the leadership of Israel shall out down their arms, there will not be a Jewish homeland by tomorrow.
Satan knows the teachings of Jesus. He will surely try to twist the message.
But I tell you not to resist an evil person. But whoever slaps you on your right cheek, turn the other to him also.
The Jews are called to look after Zion. If they fail this task, Jesus the Messiah will hold them accountable.
You do not help a Muslim, by approving his violence and wickedness. The best way to bless the enemy is sometimes to keep him behind bars, so he can not do more damage to him self and others.
By not crippling “terrorist stone throwers”, you basically turn the softer cheek towards them, and show them mercy and grace.
Do not kill them, And when they are pacified and imprisoned, there is no more questions of being challenged to accept their evil deeds. Get the Islamic mob of the streets, and behind closed doors.
Something to reflect on.
Written by Ivar