The newspaper YNet isn’t outraged that Israeli kids are dressing up as the burning Twin Towers to celebration Purim, a joyous occasion commemorating Jews’ tricking an empire into slaughtering 75,000 “enemies of the Jewish people.”
YNet isn’t outraged that Benjamin Netanyahu’s first reaction to 9/11 was: “It’s very good.”
YNet isn’t outraged that Netanyahu kept right on crowing about how wonderful 9/11 was, and was still saying it seven years later.
YNet isn’t outraged that the “Dancing Israelis” had clear and obvious foreknowledge of 9/11 – they set up their cameras before the first plane hit – yet failed to warn anyone.
YNet isn’t outraged that the “Dancing Israelis” had the chutzpah to wildly celebrate the 9/11 attacks, as they were happening, right across the harbor from the Twin Towers.
YNet isn’t outraged that “retired” Mossad chief Mike Harari threw a huge party to celebrate the success of 9/11, and bragged that he was behind the attacks.
YNet is outraged at me for mentioning these facts.
Sometimes the truth hurts.