On a more serious note...
There is one more ship on its way to Gaza. The organisers said it will break the blockade rather than deliver goods via Israel or Egypt so it isn't about delivering the goods.
The ship is Irish with some celebrities on board.
Israel has to stop it to avoid opening a coridoor for weapons smugglers fully supported by most of the world who like nothing more than Jews and Arabs killing each other.
But the ship is Irish. And I am in Ireland. If the crew decide to attack the IDF and anything at all happens to anyone among the crew, I am toast. I am not kidding.
The Irish have never forgiven the Jews that the Rothschild family organised financial and food aid during the potato famine, the same Rothschild family who funded Jewish settlement in the land of Israel. And the Irish government has already threatened Israel and said that it supports the blockade runners, which is an act of war. The government won't protect the Jewish community when Ireland's oppressed (by Zionists, presumably) masses decide to kill the Jews. Everybody is too angry at us at the moment.
And while we were friends with the Irish when they needed friends, the Irish are not our friends now. The great Irish patriot Daniel O'Connell was, but he is long forgotten.
Tonight I will be guarding the synagogue to protect worshippers. Tomorrow morning as well.
But when the police won't come to help when it gets rough, we are toast. In contrast to "peace activists" we do not have knives and we cannot try to kill with impunity, knowing that the opponent will be condemned if he happens to survive.
So my life lies in the "peace activists"' hands. I have never been this frightened before. Against the rockets from Lebanon we had bunkers and evacuation plans. And in Iraq I was not the least bit afraid of terrorist groups because the Peshmerga watched over me. I trusted my life to the IDF and the Peshmerga. I do not trust the "peace activists" with it. Their idea of "peace" is to get as many people as possible to hate the Jews.
And those who find this funny, spare me the platitudes about how this would never happen.
Once something is both suggested by hatred and considered morally right, there is nothing that will stop the mob.
I'm afraid. We are apparently a step closer to peace.