This weekend’s perspective is somewhat gloomy after the terrorist shooting of Eitam and Naama Henkin. (Are you happy now, Abu Mazen?) I hope they catch the people responsible, put them in jail, and throw away the key. More immediately, I pray that the hotheads do not prevail and cause an escalation of the violence. We cannot condemn a people; we can condemn the terrorists. And we can hope the bloodshed is over. We can hope.
Elsewhere, I thought Bibi’s UN speech was a good one, and though the chances of anything changing out there are close to zero, he did put down a few markers. As I have said before, I expect the price of property in the vicinity of Iran’s nuclear program infrastructure to fall, and keep falling.
Finally, we get to this week’s set of links. Here they are:
- Criminal complaint filed against German mayor for anti-Israel and anti-Jewish hate
- Finnish MP: most of Europe is anti-Israel
- The progressive Left and Israel’s right to exist
- Top EU official warns of rising antisemitism in Europe
- US: Kuwait Airways discriminated against Israeli
Oh dear; the negativity must be getting to me. Can you spot the trend or common theme in these links? All out there for you to read and be concerned about. Let’s get some positive vibes back for the weekend with these bonus links:
- Border policewoman hailed as hero
- My precious Israel
- Teva buys Mexican company for $2.3B
- Translating Abbas’ speech into plain English
- Turkel committee approves Alsheich as police chief nominee