Answer: I don’t relate to anyone or anything in any specific manner. I see everyone as puppets. Even the one who draws a knife on me is managed by upper forces. When someone threatens to kill you, you should kill him first, and so I have no choice but to neutralize him.
However, once I catch him and tie him down, I must think about how to connect and unite the Jews. Then, I will be able to untie the Arab, and he will dance and rejoice with us.
Question: Does this mean that if you kill him, you don’t solve the problem?
Answer: This has never been a solution to any problem. But if your life is in danger, it says in the Torah that, when someone threatens to kill you, you should kill him first.
Question: How long do you think this conflict will go on?
Answer: It will continue until we correct it by the connection and unity among us.
The conflict refers to the conflict inside us. The terrorists and saboteurs are inside us. They are our desires that want to destroy the connection between us. If we destroy our internal damagers, then they will disappear on the outside.
From KabTV’s “Confrontation. How it works in reality” 10/28/15