Harold Witkov
Middle East "animals" reach new low
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By Harold Witkov
November 22, 2014

So there is this scene in Animal House that has "Boon" telling his girlfriend Katy about the wild party antics she missed out on the other night. He boasts, "(It was) unbelievable. A new low."

Katy: What did you do, human sacrifice?

Boon: No, just some harmless fun.

Yeah, back in the days of Animal House, the Animal House "Animals" really knew how to party. Today's Middle East "Animals" really know how to party too.

They launch rockets at Israeli population centers, dig underground death tunnels, arbitrarily stab Jews just for the fun of it, and mow down Jewish pedestrians with their vehicles.

And now they have added another not-so-harmless human sacrifice to their repertoire: Massacring Rabbis with meat cleavers and axes. So how do they celebrate their "new low"? They dance in the streets, hand out candy, and, in a show of solidarity, stand on street corners with axes raised high.

Let's face it. If they had the chance, they would take a meat cleaver to a barefoot Moses kneeling before the burning bush. Dear God: How do you make peace with such people?

© Harold Witkov

 

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Harold Witkov

Harold Witkov is a freelance writer in the Chicago area, who previously worked in textbook publishing and sales for more than thirty years.

He began his freelance writing fifteen years ago, specializing in inspirational and humorous first-person narratives. Among others, he has written for Science of Mind, Unity Magazine, Reunions Magazine and The Jewish Voice and Opinion. Harold Witkov's articles are widespread on the Internet. He has written for Renew America, American Thinker, Right Wing News, Enter Stage Right, and Land of the Free, just to name a few.

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