Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Mr. President....

What Would Jesus Bomb?


Anonymous baltimore said...

the moneychangers in the Temple, or possibly Iraq...

7:32 PM  
Blogger tschy said...

If one were to assume that if Jesus walked the earth today, that he would have a soft spot in his hear for Israel (he was Jewish after all), then it might be safe to assume that he would support bombing Arab terrorists.

This is just one year of recent terrorism:

July 9 - A Palestinian suicide bomber was killed in a car-bombing attack near the Kissufim crossing point in the southern Gaza Strip, causing no other casualties. Disaster was averted as the bomb exploded without hitting any other vehicles. Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack.
July 2 - Two separate bombs exploded at about 8:20 Monday morning in cars in the Tel-Aviv suburb of Yehud. Six pedestrians were lightly injured. Police sources say the bombs were probably set by terrorists. The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a radical PLO faction, claimed responsibility.
June 22 - Sgt. Aviv Iszak, 19, of Kfar Saba, and Sgt. Ofir Kit, 19, of Jerusalem, were killed near Dugit in the Gaza Strip as a jeep with yellow Israeli license plates, supposedly stuck in the sand, blew up as they approached. Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack.
1 June Tel Aviv, ISRAEL, . 2001. 23.50 hrs.
A Arafat's authority terrorist suicide bomber killed 22 people in Tel Aviv. a sub Ashaf group called "Hezbollah...something..."(another undercover P.L.O. name)... claims responsibility for the coward crime.
The bomb exploded in front of a crowded disco late Friday 1 June (23.50)
At least 115 others were injured , 10 of them seriously, 22 moderately and 54 lightly, according to hospital sources.
27 May:
A series of explosions rock central Jerusalem during morning rush-hour. There are no reports of serious injuries.
26 May:
A car bomb explodes outside the central Jerusalem police station in an area packed with bars and restaurants, although no-one is injured. The hard line Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine says it carried out the attack.
25 May:
Two separate explosions kill at least 4 and injure more than 60 in the northern Israeli town of Hadera and in Nablus in the West Bank. Suicide bombers die in both blasts although the Palestinians prepared a car bomb.
18 May:
At least 5 people are killed and more than 30 injured when a suicide bomber blows himself up in Netanya. The bomber is believed to be among the dead.
6 May:
A bomb placed in a rubbish bin in a bus station in a Tel Aviv suburb slightly injures a woman.
29 April:
A Palestinian is killed when a bomb explodes near a Jewish settlers' school bus near the West Bank town of Nablus.
22 April:
Two people are killed and more than 20 injured in a bus stop bombing in the town of Kfar Saba north of Tel Aviv. One was believed to be the bomber. The Popular Army Front claimed responsibility.
14 April:
Two pipe bombs go off within an hour of each other, one in Kfar Saba and the other near the border with the West Bank. One person is injured in the second attack.
28 March:
Three people are killed and several critically injured in a bomb explosion on the border between Israel and the West Bank. The Islamic militant group, Hamas, admits carrying out the attack.
27 March:
Thirty people are injured in two separate bomb attacks in Jerusalem. A bomber is killed in the explosion.
Shalhevet Paz, a 10 months old Israeli baby was killed by a Arafat's sniperin with telescopic rifle from a Abu Senna Palestinian window to a children’s kindergarten in Hebron.
4 March:
A suicide bomber blows himself up in Netanya, killing 3 Israelis and injuring dozens more.
1 March:
At least one person is killed and 9 injured in an explosion in northern Israel. A group calling itself The Battalions of Return says it is responsible.
8 February:
Two car bomb explosions in the heart of the ultra-Orthodox area of west Jerusalem. No-one is killed.
1 January:
Car bomb explodes in west Jerusalem. One woman injured.

6:59 AM  
Blogger Bleach n Sheets said...

"Forgive them father, for they know not what they do."

I will give you that you sometimes have to become what you are not to fully become what you want to be, but violence, in my opinion, is never as successful as non-violence. I.E. Martin Luther King Jr., Ghandi. I am not saying our President is not allowed to declare war or bomb the hell out of people. I am saying to do so while claiming to be living christ like is so hypocritical it blows my mind.

If your year in review is correct, it seems as if our time spent in Iraq/Afhanistan is working huh.

12:17 PM  
Blogger tschy said...

Some things in life don't make sense. What do you think people would say if he stood up and said that as a Christian, this is not something I beleive my faith permits me to do. He would likely be impeached. This is a politial problem, not a political party problem. Both sides struggle. Look at 'old John F'ing Kerry - supporting abortion rights. That's about a strong of an anti-catholic position as can be taken. And the quote realted to "violence is never as successful as non-violence" - never is a strong word and leaves zero wiggle-room. If we had used a little violence up-side Hitler's head - or in Somalia back in the Clinton days - millions of people would still be alive. There are exceptions.

3:39 PM  
Blogger Bleach n Sheets said...

You make some good points. They are just all wrong. Just kidding man. This discussion would go on too long for typing. We may have it in person sometime.

10:18 PM  

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