This very short read is from a MD at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem, Israel. His name is Dr. Arieh Eldad. Dr. Eldad is now a member of the Israeli Parliament, the Knesset. We chose to quote his story because despite being so shocking it is so typical and indicative of the mentality of the terrorists who wage a total uncompromising war against Israel. Here's the story:
"It is really hard for western society to understand the thinking of extreme Muslims. It is counter to civilized understanding.
I was instrumental in establishing the Israeli National Skin Bank, which is the largest in the world. The National Skin Bank stores skin for every day needs as well as for war time or mass casualty situations. The skin bank is hosted at the Hadassah Ein Kerem University hospital in Jerusalem where I was the Chairman of plastic surgery. This is how I was asked to supply skin for an (Muslim) Arab woman from Gaza, who was hospitalized in Soroka Hospital in the town Beersheba, Israel, after her family burned her. Usually, such atrocities happen among (Muslim) Arab families when the women are suspected of having an affair.
We supplied all the needed Homograft for her treatment. She was successfully treated by my friend and colleague, Prof. Lior Rosenberg and discharged to return to Gaza. She was invited for regular follow-up visits to the outpatient clinic in Beersheba.
One day she was caught at a border crossing wearing a suicide belt. Her mission was to explode herself in the outpatient clinic of the hospital where they saved her life. It seems that her family promised her that if she did that, they would forgive her. This is only one example of the war between Jews and Muslims in the Land of Israel. It is not a territorial conflict. This is a civilizational conflict, or rather a war between civilization and barbarism. Bibi (Netanyahu) [Prime-Minister of Israel] gets it, Obama does not."
So much for Dr. Eldad's story. You be the judge.
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