Start A Petition

Egyptian Arab Women Emotionally Talks About the Israeli Army Morality

Society & Culture  (tags: Egyptian woman, Six Day War, IDF soldier's compassion, Egyptian cruelty )

- 1044 days ago -
An Arab woman is very emotional recounting what happened when she was young during the Six Day War. She was with her mother-in-law, who was breast-feeding her baby. While the Egyptians showed no mercy for the baby and the woman, the Israeli fed the


We hate spam. We do not sell or share the email addresses you provide.


Patricia Martinez (63)
Tuesday May 10, 2016, 11:00 am

"...I saw it with my own eyes," she emotionally tells. "The Israeli had mercy for the [Muslim Arab] baby, and the Muslim? He would show no mercy for the baby."

Clearly, the IDF soldier helping the nursing woman and her baby escape to a safer place and feeding her, left a huge emotional impact on this woman. She even says that if Muslims don't show mercy, then she will go live in Israel.

I spoke to someone about this who is from Morocco and moved to Israel. He said that the tragic thing is that once an Arab goes public with something positive about Israel and the IDF, the Arabs target them to kill.

I hope this poor woman is still alive after this.


Trish K (29)
Tuesday May 10, 2016, 11:14 am
Don't forget that male soldiers in IDF were raised by jewish mothers who would expect no less of their sons.

Roger G (148)
Tuesday May 10, 2016, 12:35 pm
noted, thanks

P. L. Neola (21)
Tuesday May 10, 2016, 1:06 pm
‘… The emergency room and the corridor leading to the rest of the hospital were overflowing with wounded people: Israeli soldiers; Lebanese, both Christian and Muslim; even Palestinians. There was blood everywhere. The air was filled with the screams of the injured, the shouts of medical personnel, and the whoop, whoop, whoop of helicopters landing outside with more casualties.
As I hurried across the room to where Mama was lying on a gurney I looked around to see the others receiving care. I was amazed that the Israelis were providing medical treatment to Palestinian and Muslim gunmen. I could understand why the Israelis would help Lebanese Christians. We were their allies. But these Palestinians and Muslims were sworn, mortal enemies, dedicated to the destruction of Israel and the slaughter of Jews. Yet, Israeli doctors and nurses worked feverishly to save their lives. Each patient was treated solely according to the nature of his or her injury. The doctor treated my mother before he treated an Israeli soldier lying next to her because her injury was more severe than his. The Israelis did not see religion, political affiliation, or nationality. They saw only people in need, and they helped. …
My mind kept returning to the realization that the Israelis were providing lifesaving medical services to Palestinian and Muslim gunmen who had been injured in the process of trying to kill Israelis. It suddenly dawned on me that the efforts of the Israelis were not just isolated, individual acts of compassion. Individual Israelis drove the ambulances and performed the medical services, but this was possible only because the Israelis, as a state, as a society, as a culture, made a conscious, deliberate decision to devote precious resources to saving the lives of their enemies.
I was stunned with the implications of this revelation. I recalled all of the horrible things that I heard about Jews in general and Israelis in particular as I was growing up; they were greedy, brutal, and treacherous; they were the cause of all misery in the world. I had seen with my own eyes that nothing could be further from the truth. I was to learn this lesson many times while Mama was in the hospital.
I also learned about hatred, intolerance, and bigotry. The Muslim woman who was in the room with my mother had stayed in the hospital for about twelve days. [Brigitte’s mother, an elderly woman, was there for three weeks because of malnutrition and poor health from living in a basement bomb shelter for seven years.] And even after ten days, when the doctors left the room after changing her bandages and checking on her in their morning tour, she said, with an evil, hate-filled look on her face, “I hate you all. I wish you were all dead.” And for the first time in my life I saw evil. I realized that this Muslim couldn’t love the Jews even after they had saved her life. And when you are unable to be grateful to the people who saved your life, you have no soul. When humans become devoid of compassion, a sense of forgiveness, and open-mindedness, when they surrender their humanity to hate, they become an evil force of darkness that is irreconcilable with hope, love, and peace.’
—Brigitte Gabriel, a Maronite Christian survivor of the Lebanese Civil War and author of Because They Hate

Maggie D (69)
Tuesday May 10, 2016, 1:13 pm
I also hope she isn't killed, Patricia, but the Muslims are at war by different means, infiltrating Western society with their people, laws, values, dress and religion. The truth must no be spoken. Murder, rape, intimidation and manipulation are essential tools toward their goal of world wide domination. Thanks, Patricia.

Past Member (0)
Wednesday May 11, 2016, 2:16 pm
Why don't more supposedly " good " Muslims see this like she does, I also hope she won't be killed for this.

pam w (139)
Wednesday May 11, 2016, 2:34 pm
Very touching.

Shil O (0)
Thursday May 12, 2016, 12:26 am
@ Stardust
"Why don't more supposedly " good " Muslims see this like she does,"

Hermeneutics -- your " good " muslim is islamically speaking - a bad one,and until the west realises this and that islam has no place in a civilised society, things can only get worse
of course there is always "Dodgy Daves" deradicalisation course .... ROFL - never forget he thinks mohammedanism a great religion and compatible with democracy

Stan B (123)
Thursday May 12, 2016, 2:17 am
What a pity a lot more of these unfortunate people are unable to tell the truth.
Don't hold your breath, Stardust.

Lenore K (0)
Thursday May 12, 2016, 10:38 am

Past Member (0)
Friday May 13, 2016, 1:55 am
Peace. Noted with thanks.

Janis K (129)
Saturday May 14, 2016, 8:55 pm
Thanks for sharing

Leia P. (7)
Monday May 30, 2016, 7:33 pm
Or, log in with your
Facebook account:
Please add your comment: (plain text only please. Allowable HTML: <a>)

Track Comments: Notify me with a personal message when other people comment on this story

Loading Noted By...Please Wait


butterfly credits on the news network

  • credits for vetting a newly submitted story
  • credits for vetting any other story
  • credits for leaving a comment
learn more

Most Active Today in Society & Culture

Content and comments expressed here are the opinions of Care2 users and not necessarily that of or its affiliates.

New to Care2? Start Here.