Wednesday, July 13, 2005

But None Ever Cried for Me

Thanks to Digital Irony for the link to this article. Written by Isaac Kohn, here is a thought-provoking article called But None Ever Cried for Me. What are your thoughts?


Rolling hills of green said...

wow, that powerful!

Yishai said...

Awesome article. Thanks for the hat tip D.Mom.

Olah Chadasha said...

Wow, that was amazing and so true. Brought a few tears to my eyes. It shows the hypocricy (sp?) that exists in the world when it comes to Jews and the Jewish State. When one of our's gets murdered, the world asks that we show restraint while, in the same sentence, condemn what happened. What happened to saying that Jews being murdered, blown up, kidnapped, etc is a tragedy, and the world won't stop until the perpetrators are brought to justice? Where's our enamored speeches? I have never been able to put it into words like this author did. Why is it that Jewish blood is never worth as much as any other?