The West's most precious ally

Israel symbolizes everything Western ethos stands for.

Giulio Meotti,

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Islamic terrorism is succeeding in reversing the basic values ​​of conservation and survival of humanity.

This is how you explain the French wife of Sami Amimour, the suicide bomber of Bataclan's Parisian theatre, who declared herself “proud” and “envious” of what her husband did: butchering 100 innocents.

This is how you explain the fatwa by which the Caliph authorized sexual slavery of 3,000 Yazidi girls.

This is how you explain the decision of the Islamic State to kill newborn disabled babies, just like the Nazi doctors did.

This is how you explain the decision of the Islamic State to harvest organs of non-Muslims, just like the Nazi doctors did.

This is how you explain the French youth who fled to Raqqa to hang bombs on their children like garlands and offer them to Allah in a holocaust.

This is how you explain the love, yes the love, that most of Palestinian Arabs show for spilled Jewish blood (the grin of Samir Kuntar, the smile of the terrorists who murdered the Fogels).

This is how you explain Beslan.

“We love death as you love life”, Islamists repeat to us.

But we, in our cynicism and hedonism, despise the values ​​of life and those who advance them: the Israelis and the West as idea and fate, the ethos which has given us, at least so far, dignity and freedom.


We are suffering under the shadow of two groups, the Muslim apocalyptic lunatics and the Western defeatist relativists...
Take the last top ten anti-Semites of the Simon Wiesenthal Center. You find the butcher of San Bernardino, obsessed by the Jews; the Islamic State, which promised to not leave one single Jew alive in “Palestine”; the Iranian Khamenei, who wishes to destroy Zionism in 25 years; and the Holocaust denier Mahmoud Abbas.

But you also find: a German leftist journalist, who compared Israel to fascism; a Spanish music festival which banned a Jewish singer, and the leader of the British second largest party, Jeremy Corbyn.

This is our current and most horrendous tragedy. We are suffering under the shadow of two groups, the Muslim apocalyptic lunatics and the Western defeatist relativists, those who love death and those who betray the civilization of life.

There is no brave leadership which can confront and defeat them: not Obama, interested only in the economy and gay rights; not Europe, so busy targeting the Jews.

The Caliph threatens the Jews to turn Israel into a big grave. Maybe he can get closer to Israel's borders: in two minutes the Israeli air force can pulverize the Caliphate and accelerate the meeting of the Caliph and his band of lunatics with each one's 72 virgins.

Meanwhile, according to the UN, Israel deserves the 18th place out of 188 countries for quality of life and progress, ahead of most European countries.

It is this chasm between the Jewish enclave, a light among the nations, and the terrorist scum around it, built on misery and oppression, that explains to us why we should consider that small country, smaller than Tuscany, our largest and most valuable ally. 




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