A question I received: Why did you support the “right side” in the Israeli-Gaza war by saying, “If someone comes to kill you, forestall him and kill him first”?
My Answer: This is written in the Bible. Clearly, if evil in our world cannot be corrected, then its source – the person committing evil – should be destroyed, and this will be his correction. A person must protect his life, even if he has to kill someone who wishes to kill him. But at the same time, if a person is faced with the choice, “Kill someone else or we will kill you,” then he must sacrifice his life, as otherwise he will be a murderer.
I am not supporting or condemning anyone, and if I seem biased at times, ask me about it and I will try to explain my opinion and behavior.
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