What’s worse, hiring squads of paid rapists to sexually assault female protesters speaking out against an Islamist coup in Egypt or building houses in Israel?
If you already know the rules of the game, then you also know that the severity of an offense is not judged by an ethical or legal standard, but by how much it offends Muslims.
The Muslim Brotherhood could cook and eat every protesters in Tahrir Square and Obama would just play another round of golf while the State Department mutters inanities. But when Israel builds a doghouse in territory that a terrorist group claims is part of their state, then the State Department will spring into action to condemn it.
The Obama administration is declining to criticize Egypt’s draft constitution despite spirited internal debate over whether the document adequately protects women, religious minorities and dissenting voices.
Also the document ends the ban on slavery. Which can be interpreted as failing to protect… slaves. But why bother criticizing the return of Egyptian slavery? Forget the pyramids, the Jews have broken out of Egypt and are building houses near Jerusalem.
To the Condemnmobile!
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says Israeli plans for new settlements near East Jerusalem do not help efforts to bring about a two-state solution to the Palestinian crisis.
Clinton told Israeli officials in Washington that plans for new settlements abutting East Jerusalem “set back the cause of a negotiated peace.”
“We all need to work together to find a path forward in negotiations that can finally deliver on a two-state solution. That must remain our goal,” Clinton said
Do you know what doesn’t set back the cause of peace? The Palestinian Authority endorsing Hamas terrorism against Israel. The only things that set back the cause of peace are houses. Houses full of Jews. And there can be peace with Hamas terrorists, with Muslim Brotherhood rape gangs and the return of slavery. But not with houses full of Jews. Everyone has to draw the line somewhere.