Where is the outrage over the bombardment of civilians in Israel?

Israel refuses to rule out Gaza ground operation following rocket attacks

A trail of smoke is seen as a rocket is launched from the Palestinian Gaza Strip towards southern Israel Photo: Jack Guez/AFP

Hundreds of rockets have been fired and a million citizens are forced to run for cover. Imagine if London suffered this bombardment

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Teen Kills Home Invader TX Teen Uses Cop Dads Revolver One Robber Dead One Proud Dad

Published on Oct 5, 2013

Teen Kills Home Invader TX Teen Uses Cop Dads Revolver One Robber Dead One Proud Dad. A Fort Bend County teenager fought back Friday after two strangers broke into his home. One suspect is now dead and a second is on the run. It happened at a home in the 17,000 block of Manchester Point Lane in the Mission Oaks neighborhood. Those who call this neighborhood home say this was far from a normal Friday afternoon scene. “To come home and see cop cars and yellow tape around the houses, it’s kind of tragic,” neighbor Austin Warren said.
Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to the home just after 3pm for a reported home invasion. Investigators said it’s the home of veteran Houston police officer Ken Patmon.

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Daughter Kills Mother, Brother, Then is Killed by Father

The location of Ashville, Pa., shooting at 643 Bottom Road.

The location of Ashville, Pa., shooting at 643 Bottom Road.    Gary Baranec/AP

A Pennsylvania man shot dead his daughter and son-in-law after they allegedly broke into the home and killed his wife and son, authorities said.

SOURCE  –  PITTSBURGH — A two-decade family feud came to a violent end when a man shot dead the two home invaders that killed his wife and son, not knowing the assailants included his long-estranged daughter, authorities said Sunday.

Though the investigation of Friday’s shootings continues, authorities said it appears Josephine and Jeffrey Ruckinger planned to murder her family at their rural central Pennsylvania home — but it remains unclear what exactly led to the deadly confrontation.

“They parked at the bottom of a long driveway, and walked up, heavily armed,” said Cambria County District Attorney Kelly Callihan.

Josephine Ruckinger was armed with a sawed-off 12-gauge shotgun and her husband had a Derringer pistol and a .22-caliber semi-automatic handgun as they approached the Frew family home in Ashville, about 40 miles southwest of State College, according to investigators.

John Frew, his wife Roberta, and their son John Jr., 47, had just returned from dinner out, and were watching TV in the living room of the white mobile home when there was a knock at the door, authorities said.

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Indiana Woman Fends Off Carjackers With Gun

Infowars.com
Sept. 9, 2013

Last week, an Indianapolis woman was able to defend herself and her property by having a firearm at her disposal when she needed it most.

“Kari Bird just started law school and continues to work full time,” reported Indiana’s Fox 59. “Bird got home at 11:30 p.m. Wednesday and when she got out of her car, a group of three or four young guys approached her.”

Bird says one of the men smiled before pulling a gun on her, then demanded her keys.

As she turned over her keys, she realized her costly possessions were about to be forfeited. It was then, Bird says, she remembered the firearm stored in her car’s center console.

Bird says she grabbed her gun and pointed it at them.

“(He said), ‘Oh s***’ and they ran,” Bird said.

Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the roving band of teen miscreants. “The one who pulled the gun is described as husky, wearing a black hoody over a light shirt,” Fox 59 reported.

As noted in a report sponsored by the Justice Department, about 40 percent of criminals say they had “decided not to do a crime because they knew or believed that their intended victim was armed.”

Bird’s tale has earned her a place on the website GunsSaveLives.net’s Stories of Self Defense map which pinpoints areas in the United States where crimes have been thwarted by responsible gun owners. The map depicts hundreds of instances in the United States in which guns were used to defend one’s life or property.

Guns Save Lives Stories of Self Defense map.

Guns Save Lives.net’s Stories of Self Defense map.

Gun Control for Dummies

 

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Becky Akers
lewrockwell.com
July 3, 2013

None of us need further proof that the Second Amendment protects us from unofficial as well as official thugs. But if you are cursed with morons for friends, try running this pair of stories past them: the disarmed-by-law and therefore helpless mother in New Jersey whom a non-governmental burglar beat in front of her 3-year-old child vs. an armed father in Texas who ably defended his family in a similar scenario.

And what is the response from New Jersey’s rulers to a serf’s suffering because they’ve gutted the Constitution? Do they abjectly apologize, present the lady with a rifle so that she can defend herself hereafter, and slink back to their sewers? Do they tell their neighbor and New York City’s nanny, Michael Bloomberg, to shut his ignorant, eccentric-billionaire’s mouth before freelance goons pummel his villeins, too? (Yo, Nanny: hard to head for work and earn the taxes that keep your little fiefdom afloat when we’re hospitalized with concussions, broken legs, and wounds from the guns bad guys own despite all your regs.) No, they introduce more laws. The “Home Invasion Law … would upgrade a home-invasion from a third-degree to a second-degree crime.” Oh, joy! That oughta put the fear of God into the braindead brutes who prey on residents.

Unfortunately, though this fussy distinction of degrees may please legislators, their disarmed victims will still wind up beaten or dead before the State wastes our money caging the perps — if it manages to apprehend them. No such worries from that admirable Texan gunslinger: he drilled two of his three assailants before they could hurt him or anyone else. (Thanks to Steve Cross for the link.)

Terrifying New Jersey Home Invasion and Beating

Commentary by Gordon King

Just to reassure everyone, this vicious man has been apprehended by police since this article was written.  There also included a video, however, due to the violent nature, I have not included it in this post.  This is just one incident where the woman was unable to defend herself.

A woman silently endures a brutal attack and robbery Friday in Millburn while her 3-year-old daughter watched.

 Police say the robber stole the woman's wedding ring among other items.

Police say the robber stole the woman’s wedding ring among other items.    WABC

A brutal mid-morning New Jersey home invasion, complete with an assault and robbery, was caught on tape when the homeowner’s nanny camera recorded the incident.

The woman’s 3-year-old daughter sat on the couch during the ordeal, helpless as her mother suffered a vicious beating at the hands of the 5-foot-11, 210-pound suspect.

Police say the hefty black male, who had a salt-and-pepper beard, took off with an undetermined amount of jewelry following the 10:30 a.m. attack Friday in Millburn. The woman’s 18-month-old toddler reportedly slept upstairs during the beating, Capt. Michael Palardy told the Daily News.

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