Kaddish? Confessions of a Jew who is not sad Hamasniks are dead

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  1. I echo every pain-filled but truthful word you wrote here. Kol Ha’kavod.

  2. Excellent! I completely agree, wholeheartedly! Very well put! It is sad that so many Jews embrace the religion of humanism more than that given from God. Chag Shavu’ot Same’ach

  3. AKUS says:

    I could not agree more with every word here. The sight of demented virtue-signaling young Jews wrapped in talittot saying kaddish for our enemies filled me with disgust. The only recompense is knowing that those terrorist would slaughter them in a heartbeat if they could get their hands on them

  4. Cathy says:

    I also thank you for writing this. I feel better knowing I’m not the only Jew on earth who doesn’t feel sad when the enemy dies as a result of attacking our soldiers. I once met an IDF sniper and expressed appreciation for what he did. He reacted in embarrassment, which I took as revealing that he did not take enjoyment from shooting an enemy, but took what he had to so very seriously. I’m sure we would all prefer not to take a life nor see lives lost in such wasteful ways, but the enemy does force us to do so.

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