Disproportionate Response

Israel's response to agression by Hamas and Hizballah was called "disproportional" by the same people who haven't noticed really disproportionate responses. Sent to us by Lynn Sharon.

Lynn Sharon,

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The Arab and Moslem world -- sent nothing.

Many countries and world leaders have accused Israel of responding disproportionately to aggression from Hizballah in Lebanon and Hamas in Gaza.
One wonders, when will the world's media make note of  another disproportionate response from Israel.

Let's look at Haiti and the disastrous earthquake in Haiti that has generated responses from many nations.
The US has sent supplies and personnel, Britain sent 64 firemen and 8 volunteers, France sent troops for Search and Rescue.
Many large and wealthy nations of the world sent money.
The Arab and Moslem world -- nothing.

Israel, a nation of 7.5 million people has sent a team of 220 people that include Medical personnel and has  established the largest field hospital in Haiti, treating up to 5000 people a day, along with an experienced Search and Rescue team and medical supplies.

As in previous earthquake disasters, such as in Gujarat India in 2001 and in Turkey, in the bombings in Kenya,Israel has been one of the most generous givers of aid and assistance Turkey seems to have forgotten this help as its present day extreme Moslem Government is cozying up to Iran.

Judge Goldstone, where are you now? You should be eating your heart out  and hanging your head  in shame at
Judge Goldstone, where are you now?
your endorsing a blatantly distorted, libelous, anti-Semitic lie-filled report against Israel. You have shamelessly joined the UN  Israel bashers  where more resolutions have been passed condemning Israel than all the so called democratic nations such as Sudan, China, Russia and others for their crimes against their

It is about time for some soul-searching and honesty. It is about time for  the world to  acknowledge Israel's disproportionate response to those who face despair?.Israel's disproportionate compassion to those in dire need of succor in the face of disaster?. 

It is also about time for the world to admit the disproportionate hatred spewed out by the United Nations- by those very  nations whose hands are soaked in the blood of the innocent.