The world has lost its collective mind. Take action:
As Israel struggles to defend its civilians from deadly Hamas rocket attacks—200 in the past few days alone, averaging nearly one per hour—the Arab and Islamic states have called an emergency “Special Session” of the UN Human Rights Council for this Wednesday. Their proposed resolution would invert the simple reality that Hamas and its terrorist allies are deliberately targeting civilians, whereas Israel in its defensive measures takes pains to avoid harming civilians. Morally, Canada and the European Union countries are among the most important members of the 47-nation council, and it is vital that they register their opposition. Take action now — urge world leaders this Wednesday to support democracies and oppose terrorism.
Wolf wisdom: While the world's headlines scream about Israel turning off the lights in poor Gaza (isn't it interesting that they have had no problem firing rockets into Sederot and near the other northern cities in Israel?) they seem to be deliberately missing the point that Hamas intentionally shut off the power in Gaza themselves. Nor does the world press seem to care that in the past week alone over 200 kassam rockets have been fired at Sederot, and only by HaShem's protection, has no one been injured or killed by this barrage which has and is a daily occurrence. Imagine NJ firing rockets into Brooklyn or Queens daily? Or rockets being fired from Tijuana into San Diego daily etc. How long would residents of those cities put up with such chaos or the government? Not bloody long. Maybe the world's press core should go live with the Sederot residents for a week so that they can get a taste of what daily life is under terrorism, how long would they last in this environment?"
Yes, Hamas itself shut down Gaza's only power station after inviting the media to watch it do so.