With the cold blooded murder of the three innocent Israeli teenagers:
In light of the recent atrocious terror attacks, hideous outright lying headlines in the world media and Palliwood productions. I have thought, as many Israelis have, "What should be done to punish those "Falestinians" responsible for these heinous crimes."
So let us take a moment to look of just how the enlightened, civilized and highly moralistic British Empire would and did react to Arab terror.
So here is the role of the Mandate Government and the British Army during the Arab Revolt of 1936-1938 - taken from Wikipedia
“Now I will never forget this incident ... We were at al-Malikiyya, the other frontier base and word came through about in the morning that one of our patrols had been blown up and Millie Law [the dead officer] had been killed. Now Gerald Whitfeld [Lieutenant-Colonel G.H.P. Whitfeld, the battalion commander] had told these mukhtars that if any of this sort of thing happened he would take punitive measures against the nearest village to the scene of the mine. Well the nearest village to the scene of the mine was a place called al-Bassa and our Company C were ordered to take part in punitive measures. And I will never forget arriving at al-Bassa and seeing the Rolls Royce armoured cars of the 11th Hussars peppering Bassa with machine gun fire and this went on for about 20 minutes and then we went in and I remembered we had lighted braziers and we set the houses on fire and we burnt the village to the ground ... Monty had him [the battalion commander] up and he asked him all about it and Gerald Whitfeld explained to him. He said "Sir, I have warned the mukhtars in these villages that if this happened to any of my officers or men, I would take punitive measures against them and I did this and I would've lost control of the frontier if I hadn't." Monty said "All right but just go a wee bit easier in the future."”
As well as destroying the village the RUR and men from the Royal Engineers collected around fifty men from al-Bassa and blew some of them up with explosion under a bus. Harry Arrigonie, a policeman who was present said that about twenty men were put onto a bus; those who tried to escape were shot and then the driver of the bus was forced to drive over a powerful land mine buried by the soldiers which completely destroyed the bus, scattering the mutilated bodies of the prisoners everywhere. The other villagers were then forced to bury the bodies in a pit.
250 lb. or 500 lb. bomb in each village that speaks out of turn would satisfactorily solve the problem."