On Monday, July 7, 2014, after we had just buried three Israeli Jewish children, Fatah’s Facebook page addressed Israel, saying:
“Sons of Zion, this is an oath to the L-rd of the Heavens: Prepare all the body bags you can for your body parts.”
Our partners in peace, Fatah and Hamas, send us this special greeting; for we Jews are their special friends. We can count on their oaths to us and build a lasting peace from the pieces of our own bodies or from the pieces of our families, whose missing pieces may have names like Gilad, Naftali, and Eyal.
Some of our families have missing pieces with names like Ron, Zachary, Zvi, Guy, and Yehuda. Their missing pieces, lost to make peace, have been missing for a long period of lonesome and suffering time.
Some of our families will never have their pieces back when the wonderful, lasting peace with Fatah and Hamas comes true. Their pieces have been buried or left somewhere or anywhere in the name of peace.
Will it be land for peace, children for peace, or piece for peace? We Jews have already given them all in good faith for the sake of peace. We have just buried our boys, who were kidnapped, murdered with their yarmulkahs on their once-happy heads, and buried like birds under a few desert stones. We await for decades our Israel Defense Forces held hostage by our peace partners or their friends and partners in terrorism.
We can make peace or we can make sense. Which is it? Body parts dissembled from their bodies cannot piece together peace anywhere anytime. Now, can they?
RELATED VIDEO: On June 24, 2014, four days after the kidnapping and subsequent murder of the three Israeli youths Eyal Yifrach, Gilad Shaar and Naftali Frenkel, and well before the kidnapping and murder of the Palestinian youth Muhammad Abu Khdeir, Fatah posted a video promising Israelis: “Death is near.” [Facebook, “Fatah – The Main Page,” June 16, 2014]