That was my attention-grabbing headline.
On the right is an eye catching photo to add additional interest and variety to the post. By the way, that swimsuit is available for sale at Newport News for a very reasonable $29-$32. I get no reward for driving traffic their way and just hope they don’t get upset at my borrowing their image.
Here’s the original prose: Human Rights Watch and Amnesty Int’l have both criticized Israel’s conduct in this war using the terms “war crimes.” Unfortunately, both of these organizations with long-standing and overt bias against Israel (how did they vote at Durban? That’s right, inexcusably) have taken their campaign against Israel to its logical conclusion which is that no matter how Israel fights a war, it is doing so inappropriately and in violation of war crimes laws. In fact, according to these two groups, there really is no way for Israel to fight against its enemies. Period.
Here’s a link to an article where Alan Dershowitz speaks to this issue at some length: sexy article.
Here’s the enticing quote to encourage you, dear reader, to visit the article, even if I and Jewlicious get no reward of any kind from the J Post for driving traffic their way:
The two principal “human rights” organizations are in a race to the bottom to see which group can demonize Israel with the most absurd legal arguments and most blatant factual mis-statements. Until last week, Human Rights Watch enjoyed a prodigious lead, having “found” – contrary to what every newspaper in the world had reported and what everyone saw with their own eyes on television – “no cases in which Hizbullah deliberately used civilians as shields to protect them from retaliatory IDF attack.”
Those of us familiar with Amnesty International’s nefarious anti-Israel agenda and notoriously “suggestible” investigative methodology wondered how it could possibly match such a breathtaking lie.
And here’s the pithy conclusion by The Middle: Folks, just because it seems these days that some of us are attacking numerous news outlets, politicians, diplomats, diplomatic institutions, and NGOs for their bias towards Israel does not mean that we are wrong and they are right. Despite some mistakes and even some actions that are reprehensible, Israel fought this war for the most part with positive moral and ethical judgement, especially considering the enemy’s strategic use of civilian areas.
Pithier tag line: Just because you’re paranoid, that doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you.
Thank you for reading,