We Hear The Silence


We heard the silence when a mother of six was murdered by an Arab terrorist in Judea and Samaria.

We heard the silence the numerous times civilians were stabbed, injured and killed by Arab terrorists the past year.

The silence was deafening when Arab terrorists attacked a school bus three weeks ago. (Oh, you never heard about it? Why am I not surprised?) 

The silence of many last week when two Arab terrorists killed four and injured four in a shooting in Tel Aviv was heard by us.

And now there is silence again. 50 dead and 53  injured, and people still having their profile picture in French colours are silent.

Dafna Meir, the other shooting, rock throwing and stabbing victims, the students from Makor Chaim High School, the people at Sarona market were Israeli Jews.

We heard the silence, and the strange breaking of tge silence when a US military veteran was among the killed. 

Those killed two nights ago in Orlando were members and allies of the LGBTQ community. We hear the silence. 

The outrage is by friends and allies, mostly. Some comments are by Trump supporters, who see their blind Islamophobia justified in the killings. However, there is a lot of silence.

One Response to “We Hear The Silence”

  1. Jon says:

    The silence is deafeningly from Washington DC other then sound bites.
    Dear Congress, Sound bites don’t stop mass murders.
    Hugs, Jon

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