Israel TV celebrity, wife of vice PM demands bombing, “suffering” of Gaza civilians

Israeli talk show personality and socialite wife of Vice Prime Minister Silvan Shalom has called for escalated bombing of Gaza and for the “passive residents” to be made to “suffer.”

Judy Nir Mozes Shalom, wrote on her Facebook page in Hebrew on Saturday:

I hope that at tomorrow’s cabinet meeting a decision will be accepted to enter Gaza and kill all those responsible for the nightmare that is happening in the south. It’s time even for the passive residents of Gaza to suffer the way the residents of the south are suffering.

Since Friday, Israeli bombing has killed more than 20 people in Gaza and injured dozens more, following an Israeli extrajudicial execution on Friday that set off retaliatory rocket fire by Palestinian armed groups. No Israelis have been killed. Today, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called on “both sides – all sides – to make every effort to restore calm.”

Nir Mozes Shalom’s Facebook post is followed by dozens of other comments by users, many of which support her violent sentiments.

The celebrity also used her Twitter account to incite bombing and violence against civilians in Gaza, and when some people objected she responded, “I forgive those who hate themselves and respond against my tweet to attack Gaza. Keep sunbathing. Perhaps if Gazans get hurt in their home they will eventually take action against the killers.”

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But even that wasn’t enough for some of her followers. Inbal Shalit, for example, responded, “We don’t need to attack Gaza, we need to spray and destroy Gaza!!!! The sooner the better.”

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Shalit did not specify with what substance she wanted Gaza to be “sprayed.”

Judy Nir Mozes Shalom frequently takes part in hasbara efforts, including a recent meeting with a delegation from Zionist campaign group One Voice that included former Seinfeld star Jason Alexander.

Comments

I was under the impression Mrs Mozes also called for "transfer" of Palestinians. Did I get it wrong? Isn't that worthwhile mentioning?

This could be a positive you know. The "suffering" that the illegal Israeli citizens are going through is full of electricity, gas, internet, mobility, and an abundant food supply. Maybe we should take up her call and allow Gazans to suffer as good as the Israelis. Anyone?