Will the World Condemn This?

Somehow, I don’t think so.  I don’t even think this has made headlines.

But last night, a Molotov cocktail was thrown at a couple who were driving in Jerusalem, heading home after a vacation.  The wife, Inbar, was “moderately” hurt – she has second- and third-degree burns on 25% of her body – and the husband, Uri, somehow escaped only slightly injured (he’s not hospitalized, I don’t think).  They have three kids: a 2 year old, a 3 year old, and a 4 year old. Inbar is 27, so I am assuming that her husband is between 27 and 31.

Bibi is trying to make up for past oversights (namely, not visiting, or even noticing, Jewish victims of terror, but going all-out for the victims of the Duma arson attack), and he visited Hadassa Ein Karem, where the wife is hospitalized.  Bibi said that he is waiting for the world to condemn this; unlike in Duma, where we don’t know who was responsible, in this case we do know, and we know that it was a young Arab male.  Well, at least he noticed his mistake, after it was pointed out to him.

Two days ago, there was an arson in Jerusalem (they thought it was a forest fire, or accidental fire, until they found empty bottles with traces of gasoline) – 300 dunams of woodland was burned,  an entire town, Even Sapir was evacuated, and the fire came dangerously close to Hadassah Ein Karem hospital.  It took firefighters most of the day to gain control of the fire and put it out.  Listen, ONE Arab baby was killed, and we don’t even know that a Jew was responsible.  But in “revenge” for that ONE baby, we have had at least one terror incident per day.  If the fire had reached Hadassah Ein Karem, hundreds of people, Jews and Arabs, patients and staff, could have been killed, and thousands more injured.  Where is the world, and why does no one condemn this?

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