Jack Molad

The last terror attack

With all our collective Israeli brainpower, we need to face the practical questions facing us. For example, why would any bus station in Israel be without concrete pillars which can nullify a car ramming?

A few more. What will it take to put a checkpoint on all the roads into the city? Next, will demolition of terrorist homes deprive his family in any way, knowing that Abbas will gladly pay for a new and nicer home? Next, can Mr. Gvir win the war on terror with his current rhetoric and inflammatory comments or will he only “light it up” since perhaps he is part of the problem?

We continue to see that there is no way his police or army can stop every lone Palestinian terrorist on a suicide mission.

The bottom line – Israel is not going to come out on top in this kind of confrontation and on the world stage by continuing our current tactics. Mr. Netanyahu must get off his “punishment” mentality, giving way to a more constructive and peaceful solution.


About the Author
Jack Molad was born in Tel Aviv in 1930 during the British Mandate period and fought with the Haganah. Jack set out for the United States to spread Israeli tradition to Jews in the US. He achieved a masters degree at Saint Louis University and established Hebrew programs for traditional Jewish youth in Saint Louis, Omaha, and Dallas. Jack also founded and led Teen Tours, a summer program in Israel for traditional Jewish teens to experience Israel. Jack returned to Jerusalem in 2021, where he resides with many of his children and grandchildren.
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