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Oops, wrong school (in Israel)

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by esq_stu, Jan 25, 2008.

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  1. esq_stu

    esq_stu Well-Known Member

    In Israel, a school, including a religious seminary, is just not a TFZ (terrorist friendly zone). Especially the teachers' lounge. In this case, two staff members were armed and shot the intruders.


    I hope some of our state legislators in the U.S. read this.
  2. sixgunner455

    sixgunner455 Well-Known Member

    Perfect response to the threat.
  3. CountGlockula

    CountGlockula Well-Known Member

  4. 230RN

    230RN Marines on Mt. Curibacci

    I will never understand how a member of a group of people (and this is not limited to the Jews) which has been persecuted for ages can possibly think anything like that.

    Mind boggling.

    Utterly mind boggling.
  5. El Tejon

    El Tejon Well-Known Member

    230, come now, it's the power of self-deception. Remember there were Jews telling other Jews to go along to get along during the Holocaust. Don't upset the Nazis, they may hurt us.

    Heck, you've seen the SS photos from WWII of the round ups of the Jews. The Germans rounded them up with unloaded weapons.

    It's a mental self-defense mechanism. Some cannot accept that others want them dead and so they create alternate realities in which to live. Problem is that they want you to live there as well.:uhoh:

    BTW, can someone please post the article? I hate it when you guys tease me with only part of the article. I cannot access it without being kicked off.
  6. Bazooka Joe71

    Bazooka Joe71 Well-Known Member

    Here you go El T,

  7. jaholder1971

    jaholder1971 Well-Known Member

    Pity play for free land, perhaps?

    Let's not forget the Zionist terror groups in Palestine who were secretly corroborating with the Nazis in order to obtain a Jewish state in that area.
  8. keeleon

    keeleon Well-Known Member

    The counselors should not have taken the law into their own hands. They should have called the police, and complied with the terrorists' desire for them to be stabbed to death, waiting for the proper authorities to come and handle the situation appropriately. Why were they armed in the first place? Were they planning on committing some mass murder at the school? They should be fired for bringing weapons onto a campus. Won't someone think of the children for once??
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  9. JKimball

    JKimball Well-Known Member

    I spent a year in Jerusalem when I was in High School. In addition to frequently seeing armed soldiers around the city, I also remember seeing civilians (or in any case, people dressed like civilians) carrying pistols in their waistbands. I even remember seeing a teacher with an M16 slung on her shoulder as she led the school children around a site, apparently on a field trip. It may as well have been invisible considering the way they were acting, just going about their business having a fun time, and really paying no attention to it. But it was there and surely wasn't invisible to anybody who may have intended any harm.

    The Israeli's have dealt with the "war on terrorism" much longer and much more intensely than we have and I'm surprised that people and politicians aren't more open to following their example when it comes to making schools more safe.
  10. chris in va

    chris in va Well-Known Member

    That just warms my heart. Mama duck and the ducklings. Except mama has teeth.
  11. 230RN

    230RN Marines on Mt. Curibacci

    230RN lamented,

    El Tejon responded,

    But.... that's not "thinking."

    (Emphasis added in both quotes.)
  12. El Tejon

    El Tejon Well-Known Member

    230, it's very zen, the thinking of not thinking.:p
  13. IME

    IME Well-Known Member

    Could you please provide some documentation or source for this claim. I consider myself to be a well read individual but I have never heard of such before.
  14. jaholder1971

    jaholder1971 Well-Known Member

  15. george29

    george29 Well-Known Member

    I beg of you guys, take it elsewhere, puleeese!!!
  16. ieszu

    ieszu Well-Known Member


    The relative merits of Israeli gun laws are one thing, questioning mentalities is another, but but leading people down the prim-rose path of possible discrimination (and quoting wikipedia, which is a unverifiable source to begin with) is just plane wrong and not THR way.

    Who is or is not a terrorist or had those things in their past is not what we are here for... please don't be stupid and cause what could have been a good thread (and on topic) to be locked by the moderators.
  17. 230RN

    230RN Marines on Mt. Curibacci

    Aummmmmmmmm.... Aummmmmmmm. Aummmmmmm....

    Oh, now I see the error of my ways, El Tejon!

    Aummmmm... Aummmmm... Aummmmm...

    Gee, not thinking is sooo comfortable and rewarding....
  18. denfoote

    denfoote Well-Known Member

    Israel officially stopped screwing around with animalstinians right after the 1972 Olympics.
    They need to reelect Bebe Netanyahu.
  19. Notch

    Notch Well-Known Member

    "Originally Posted by jaholder1971
    Let's not forget the Zionist terror groups in Palestine who were secretly corroborating with the Nazis in order to obtain a Jewish state in that area. "

    Oh god... here we go again... thinly veiled anti semitism. Pathetic.
  20. Dorryn

    Dorryn Well-Known Member

    I accept that most people want me dead. Sometimes they tell me! :D
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