Robert Mackey, NY Times Arab apologist, once again has taken up the banner of those who would see Israel destroyed.
He is horrified that an Arab who attacked Israeli police was shot.
Here is my comment which the Times found off-topic and offensive (their stated reasons for not posting comments).
As long as the Arabs insist on attacking their Jewish neighbors there will be no peace.
For 2,000 years, after we were kicked out of our land, dispossessed by the Romans and many other civilizations that followed them and who occupied the Land of Israel, the land which the Torah documents as the Jewish homeland, the Jews have been powerless.
That is until 1948 and the establishment of the State of Israel.
That date marks the resumption of Jewish sovereignty in Israel.
It will be completed only when all the lands of the Bible which were stolen from us and occupied by others ( ie. Arabs, British, etc.) are under Jewish dominion.
These incidents such as described in your article are daily.
Why only focus on provoked Arab deaths?
Why not also recognize the many unprovoked Jewish deaths?
We are here to stay.
We are never leaving.
Long after the Palestinians are a footnote in history, the Jewish people will remain in the land of our fathers.
Deal with it.
Find something else to obsess on.