It happened today. In 1943, Rabbi Menachem Ziemba called on the Jews of Warsaw to revolt saying that “we must resist the enemy on all fronts.” He also warned that . . .
“we are prohibited by Jewish law from betraying others.” Rabbi Ziemba was killed a few days after the Warsaw Jewish Uprising began in April. He had refused the offer of Catholic priests to help him and flee, believing that he must remain until the end with his fellow Jews. May his memory be a blessing! NEVER AGAIN!
One of my most vehemently outspoken anti-gun Facebook friends had shared this to his page. While this sort of mind boggling gap in your average disarmist’s logic isn’t anything new, I felt compelled to make sure he’s at least giving it some thought. So, I left the following comment:
Still confused how you manage to reconcile your support of this with your antithetical quest for civilian disarmament.