Mr. Bostrom received the sort of welcome that one would expect from Israelis. Youth from the Beitar movement greeted him with protests, and the Ministry for the Negev and the Galilee withdrew its financial support from the conference after it heard that Bostrom was attending.
Can someone please explain to me why it is that Israel is regularly allowing its enemies to enter the country? This past summer hundreds upon hundreds of Fatah terrorists gathered in Beit Lechem to hold their genocidal Jew hating convocation. Some of the attendees came from foreign countries, with blood on their hands, including Khaled Abu Absa, who was one of the perpetrators of the 1978 bus massacre in which 38 Israelis were killed, including 13 children, and 71 were wounded.
Abu Absa was in an Ashkelon prison, but was released in a prisoner exchange. Now, apparently, like a Southwest Airlines customer, he "may now move freely around the country."
What is it about Israelis that they consistently seem to toss common sense out the window, in favor of offering hospitality to her enemies? I mean, if you were the head of a country whose bloody enemies were gathering to discuss the best way to move forward with killing you, wouldn't the sensible thing be to drop a bomb on the building?
What can be done to reach out, strengthen, and heal a nation whose leadership, in large part, suffers from Stockhausen Syndrome?
More than 1500 Israelis have been killed since Oslo. How many more will have to die before the nation is inspired to put real Jewish leadership in the Knesset, who will defend the people and the land of Israel from those who seek to destroy her, instead of serving them tea and cookies?
With ushpizim like Bostrom, who needs enemies? I don't know, but I think the Knesset may need therapy.