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Anonymous

Backed with ₪500.00 On Jul 07, 2017

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Josh, that’s a legitimate question. The key here is "a war of aggression that’s been launched against you." Modern rules of warfare treat war as an acceptable thing, so long as it has rules. I disagree. War is unacceptable. Those who launch it against you need to be taken out of the equation so that they never do it again. Think of it as a kind of national evolution. If you know that launching a war is liable to result in your utter destruction, you’re less likely to do it. That makes peace a survival characteristic.

Lisa Liel

Posted On Jul 06, 2017

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You said you welcome questions, so I’d like to ask you about two things you said in the articles you listed here. You said, in the context of responding to a war of aggression: “Everyone on the enemy side of a war of aggression that’s been launched against you is deserving of death. Men, women, children. All of them.” “A Jew who commits a crime like robbing a store or mugging someone? He’s a bad dude, and must be punished for it. But a self-identified “Palestinian” who does the same thing should be put down on the spot.” The generally accepted ethical behavior in war (at least in the Western world) is that non-combatants are innocent civilians who should not be targeted. If military action is deemed necessary then part of the calculation of the cost of that action is collateral civilian causalities. You appear to be endorsing a method of warfare which does not recognize the concept of innocent bystanders. If so, how is that ethically different than terrorism which seeks to target civilians as well as enemy combatants?

Josh Weinstein

Posted On Jul 06, 2017

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