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Hamas' attack on Israel was "far worse than 9/11" and is "the equivalent" of the "US having experienced over 40,000 losses, rather than the 3,000" losses we sustained on September 11th, so says General David Petraeus.
From CBS News, "Gen. David Petraeus: Hamas' attack on Israel was 'far worse than 9/11' ":
Last week's surprise attack by Hamas terrorists is, Petraeus said, "far worse than 9/11."According to Petraeus' numbers, one Israeli is worth 13 Americans, or put another way, one American is worth 1/13th an Israeli (because the attack on Israel was the "equivalent" of "thirteen 9/11s").
Secretary of State Antony Blinken was slightly more conservative in his calculation last week -- he said Hamas' attack on Israel "is the equivalent of ten 9/11s" -- which places one American's worth at 1/10th an Israeli's.
Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt last week came to a similar conclusion when he suggested the attack on Israel was worse than 9/11 and the 700 Israelis (who had died at the time) was more on par with the "40,000 people" who died from being nuked by the US in Nagasaki.
AIPAC-funded New York Rep. Ritchie Torres has been the most generous towards the Jewish people, ranking one American as the "equivalent" of 1/33rd an Israeli.
All of them fall short of what religious Jews in Israel themselves are teaching their own people about their worth when compared to gentiles.
From Haaretz in 2018: "'One Jewish Life Is Worth More Than 10,000 non-Jews': Why More U.S. Jews Will Walk Off Birthright This Summer":
The most disturbing moment of the [Birthright Israel] trip came at the top of Masada. Our trip leader began to describe fond memories of an Italian-American neighbor from Staten Island. "But if I had to choose," he said, suddenly earnest, "between her life and the life of a Jew I have never met, I would choose the Jew. If I had to choose between the lives of my 10 best non-Jewish friends and one Jew I've never met, I would choose the Jew."Our leaders' estimates seem to keep going up, so perhaps they'll hit that number in due time.
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