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Israel's Record?

2 Shootings in 40 Years!

How did they do it?

This is comes to us from Becky Loggia - via https://www.westernjournal.com

In the wake of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting that claimed 17 lives last week, there has been a renewed debate surrounding gun control and children’s safety, leading some to make a comparison to the changes Israel made in response to a terror attack more than four decades ago.

In 1974, Palestinian terrorists took over the Netiv Meir Elementary School in what has been called the “Ma’alot Massacre,” which left 22 children dead and many others injured.

The attack forced Israel to come up with a solution in order to prevent such a situation from ever happening again. The nation requires its schools to have a security system, and that policy is still going strong after 40 years.

The results are clearly evident, as there have only been two successful attacks at Israeli schools since 1974, according to Dr. Ted Noel, writing in American Thinker. Noel wrote that “in both cases, the bad guys were killed by armed teachers.”

According to Red State, Israel’s Ministry of Education funds school security, which ranges from shelters and fences to armed and trained guards at every gate.

To take it a step further, Israel also prepares its students and teachers for the slight chance a gunman does get through security by teaching them to be proactive in times of terror by barricading a door or sensing the ripe opportunity to get away safely.

The guards on the doorsteps of Israel’s schools are also trained to look for any suspicious activity, which usually deters anyone with ill intent from entering in the first place.

That added layer of protection, argues Noel, is a proactive step in shielding children from the gunman. Once the shooters are past school gates, the damage is irreversible and quick to happen since any and all faculty and students immediately become targets.

“The Israelis saw this and got busy,” Noel wrote. “They knew that the vast majority of terror attacks are stopped not by police, but by armed civilians.”

“So they started training teachers in firearms use,” he added. “Those teachers took out the bad guys in the two incidents since the Ma’alot Massacre.”

Noel wrote that once a shooter is no longer in a “free fire zone,” the situation — and the possible outcome — is likely to change, as he becomes a potential target.

“On top of that, he doesn’t know which of the staff might be ready to shoot, or where they might be coming from,” Noel said. “In short, only an idiot would try to shoot up a school with a trained staff of shooters.”

This sentiment was echoed by CNN‘s Steve Cortes, who suggested that guns may not be the problem in the U.S. as much as America’s lack of security when it comes to its children. Cortes compared Wednesday’s shooting not just with Israel, but a disaster that didn’t involve any bullets whatsoever.

“Since the awful Our Lady of the Angels elementary school fire of 1958, which killed 92 students and 3 nuns, there has not been a large casualty school fire in America,” Cortes wrote. “Why? Because we took myriad precautions since then: better fire exits, more extinguishers and sprinklers, routine fire drills, etc.”

“Water squelches a fire,” he added. “And only a gunman, I would argue, can stop another gunman.”

The recent conversation around gun control suggests that an added layer of protection would not only improve school security but also prevent the government from infringing on the Second Amendment, as well as prove that guns aren’t necessarily the problem — people are.

Cortes added to this idea when he argued that stricter gun control laws have failed the world, as seen in the 2015 Paris Bataclan nightclub attack and numerous other incidents, as those who wish harm upon others will always find a way to do so.

Evildoers, by definition, do not respect our rules and will find ways to skirt them,” Cortes added, suggesting the only sure-fire way to combat these horrific acts is to improve school security and put America’s children first.

“Let’s value our children like the treasure they are and guard them accordingly,” he said.

How? "Let’s start with:

  • Key cards,
  • Fences,
  • Entry checks,
  • Bio-metric scanners, and — yes —
  • Armed guards, and a lot of them."

What do you think? 

Comments? Questions?

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I agree with most of your solutions, except for the biometric scanning

Not me,

Becky Loggia, Feb. 21st, 2018

And I don't like the Bio-Metric suggestion either.

I disagree with both the bioscans and the "lots of armed guards".  School should NEVER be considered an "armed camp" and the children should not be indoctrinated to accept  that as 'normal'.

With effective training for the staff, guards should not be necessary.  Certainly  not the goons who "ARREST" a child for a minor situation which then causes both a traumatic event for the child but also a democrat/liberal/communist criminal record to hinder the person for the rest of their life.

Keep the goons away from the kids!  Remove the "Zero Tolerance" idiocy from the school curriculum and only hire staff that understand and appreciate the true nature of the young mind!  Disband the School District Staff that are causing/abetting these crimes and let ONLY parents have a sayso in what is happening in the local school.

There is no provision in the Constitution for the united States of America for the Feds to have ANY input into the workings of ANY school system, even the Federal Schools Overseas!  Authorized funding does NOT mean control!  Ask any Congressman!  They  all know that just getting it funded allows you to  do whatsoever you wish with the money.

I have to agree William,

Public Schools in general remind me of a concentration camp and in reality are nothing more than indoctrination centers for big government mind control.

That said, it seems like adding armed guards just kind of adds to the "jailhouse" appearance of these gatherings we call public schools. Then we have the audacity to advertise them as "gun free zones", so the wackos will know exactly where to go to inflict the most damage.

Then when some whacko DOES do damage with a gun, they try to make laws against carrying and owning guns, which ONLY takes guns away from law abiding people, who didn't need any gun laws in the first place because law abiding citizens have that thing "they" don't like; MORALS!

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