The news clips below for the most part reveal the constant friction in Israel. And at some point everyone will throw up their hands and accept a peace plan offered by one strong ‘leader.’ Beware that one may ultimately be a lawless peace maker and that portends troubles greater than anything … Ever.
But elsewhere around the world we are slipping into the idolatry and moral decay of ancient Greece. The acceptance of legalizing private sodomy between consenting adults is embraced by a President and other congress persons, recently, with song, in parliament in New Zealand, in France, in Cuba, and elsewhere a global trend. As if this is a human right. The Greeks openly did such behaviors in public … How soon will it be in the world today? However, it’s slipping into the backdrop as a human right for same sex marriage. Okay, so if there is no God and no hell … folks need not worry … but we wonder how long the US coinage will state “In Go We Trust.” The next round of slipping on moral decay comes with the last clip below … does anyone teach the child morals? Is a pill freely obtained the way out … or is there another dilemma we fail to address in all this.
The WindowView is less about commentary or opinion than it is on drawing attention to perspectives … some biblical. So look at the stories … these are the data of the day … and ask yourself … What if there really is God and heaven … is hell where this world is headed … what about you?
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HEADLINE: Settlers, Palestinians clash in the West Bank
The incidents came hours after a Palestinian from Tulkarem stabbed to death Evyatar Borowsky, a 31-year-old father of five from the settlement of Yitzhar, as he waited at a bus stop at the Tapuah junction in the West Bank.
The attacker grabbed Borowsky’s gun and opened fire on border police at an adjacent checkpoint. The police returned fire, wounding the terrorist before apprehending him. He was taken to an Israeli hospital for treatment.
HEADLINE: Fatah: Tapuah Junction stabber ‘a hero’
Israeli security forces inspect the site of a terror attack, at a bus stop at the
Tapuah Junction in the northern West Bank. April 30, 2013 (photo: Flash90)
Organization’s Facebook page congratulates Salam As’ad Zaghal, who murdered Evyatar Borowsky, a 31-year-old father of five.
HEADLINE: Israel sends message to foes to North and South
Tuesday’s air force strike in Gaza was a surgical, precise attack on a weapons manufacturing expert who, according to the security forces, played a key role in developing the rocket capabilities for global jihadi groups in the Gaza Strip.
It is these small but highly radical al-Qaida-inspired organizations, led by the Ashura Council of Holy Fighters in the Environs of Jerusalem, that refuse to recognize or abide by the Israel-Hamas truce, and that use both the Sinai Peninsula and the Gaza Strip as a rocket launching pad to strike at southern Israel.
The air strike contains a number of messages for Palestinian armed factions in Gaza. For global jihadis, it signals Israel’s ability to wait patiently for its intelligence services to mark out those behind ongoing rocket attacks, and to act without hesitation once the targets become exposed.
HEADLINE: Knesset to hold parley with Netanyahu on Arab League proposal
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will address the Knesset on the topic of the Arab League’s flexibility on pre-1967 lines, after all 52 opposition MKs signed a petition on Tuesday requiring him to do so.
HEADLINE: America’s moral collapse continues to accelerate:
US Government lowers ‘morning after pill’ age to 15, to be sold over-the-counter
In a surprise twist to the decade-plus effort to ease access to morning-after pills, the government is lowering the age limit to 15 for one brand – Plan B One-Step – and will let it be sold over the counter.
Today, Plan B and its generic competition are sold behind pharmacy counters, and people must prove they’re 17 or older to buy the emergency contraception without a prescription. A federal judge had ordered an end to those sales restrictions by next Monday.
But Tuesday, the Food and Drug Administration approved a different approach: Plan B could sit on drugstore shelves next to condoms, spermicides or other women’s health products – but to make the purchase, buyers must prove they’re 15 or older at the cash register.
We at WindowView hope such a presentation gets you to think … within yourself … about what is out there … Out there in the place called earth, our material home … for now … And think about what characterizes what you really think about life. Does life have purpose? How do you respond?