What is the difference

Imagine…
You are sitting outside at a restaurant quality time with  your loved one
A long working day is passed and a pleasant evening to look forward too..later you will go to a concert…

You talk and laugh .. Suddenly something scares you .. a man walking along .. your instincts tell you something is wrong ..je suis
You hear a  sound, a pop… chairs are falling.. people screaming  and then ….silence Silence ..
You look around you .. you are still alive .. you move and look next to you .. there is your lover on the floor … dead ..dead
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Police, ambulances, … panic … Press … a lot of people ..
The papers are full with  huge headlines  “Terrorist” attack in Paris … the Facebook profiles are adapted ..  government buildings covered in de colors of the French flag
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                                                                          “Je suis Paris”
Imagine…
You are sitting outside at a restaurant quality time with  your loved one
A long working day is passed and a pleasant evening to look forward too.. qualtiy time with your fiancee.

You talk and laugh .. Suddenly something scares you .. a man walking along .. your instincts tell you something is wrong ..
You hear a  sound, a pop… chairs are falling.. people screaming  and then ….silence Silence ..

You look around you .. you are still alive .. you move and look next to you .. there is your fiancee on the floor … dead ..dead
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.
Police, ambulances, … panic …a lot of cellphones for the first pictures …
In the papers small messages “Shooting in Tel Aviv”  by 2 boys from Hebron from the “Westbank” ( so called occupied territories)  … the Facebook profiles are adapted only by a few Pro- Israel people. The large crowd of people do not even know about the Terror attack in Tel Aviv. 
Look to this huge difference and remember:
                                            A Jewish  life does also matter!!

About The other side Is Real

My name is Sabine Sterk and since I was very young I was a fanatic Israeli supporter. My father worked for the UNTSO and was sent to the Middle East when I was 12 years old. I lived in Syria and Israel and saw from a young age the difference between the cultures… When I returned to the Netherlands I noticed that the Anti Israel sentiment was increasing and I started to fight this. I admire Israel for all the good things that are achieved in the country. I am not religious and my motto is: Israel has the right to exist and Israel has the right to defend herself. As long as I live I will stand up for Israel and speak out on behalf of her. My ultimate dream is to find work in Israel or for Israel… I still hope to Fulfill that dream anytime soon… There is nothing I want more. I am passionate, a true Zionist supporter, enthusiastic, impulsive, impatient, honest but always try to live the best I can.
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4 Responses to What is the difference

  1. Michael Jacobs says:

    Quote: “Look to this huge difference and remember – a Jewish life does matter!” No sir. Remember that ALL lives matter, including, of course, Jewish lives. That is the lesson we wish to teach to the world.

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