Jan 31, 2016

Understanding How Israelis Live With Radical Muslims!

By Arieh Eldad, an M.D. at Israel's Hadassah Hospital

This is my very first time to write anything about the reality of living with Arab-Moslems/non-Jews in Israel. The story below is written and shared for the simple reason and hope that it will help people around the world to understand some difficulties in living with radical Moslems in Israel [and other parts in the Middle East], and what awaits the world if radical Islam is allowed to spread its [poisonous] mentality. I am a physician in Israel, who was instrumental in establishing Israel's National Skin Bank, which is the largest in the world. The National Skin Bank stores skin for everyday emergency needs as well as for war time and mass casualty situations. The skin bank is based at the Hadassah Ein Kerem University Hospital in Jerusalem, where I was the chairman of Plastic Surgery. This is how I was once asked to supply skin for an Arab woman from Gaza, who was hospitalized in Soroka Hospital in Beersheva, after the woman's family burned her as punishment for having an illegal affair with a man. [It is common practice among Arab-Moslems to severely punish a woman who is caught having an illegal affair with a man.]

The Israeli skin bank supplied all the needed homografts for her treatment. She was successfully treated by my friend and colleague, Professor Lior Rosenberg. After her discharge from the hospital, she returned to Gaza. She was also invited to return and be seen in regular follow-up visits at the Outpatient Clinic in Beersheva after her discharge.

One day, she was caught at a border crossing wearing a suicide belt. During interrogation, she confessed that she meant to explode herself in the Outpatient Clinic of the hospital where she underwent treatment, which saved her life. It became clear that her family promised her that if she did that [blew herself up], they would completely forgive her. This is only one of many examples of the realities of living in Israel with radical Arab-Moslems. The crisis between Israel and its Arab-Moslem neighbors is not a territorial conflict but a civilizational conflict: a war between "barbarism" [acting and behaving like a barbarian] and "civilism" [acting civilized and behaving with civility]. –Contributed by Ralph

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