“It is becoming increasingly impossible to satirize the Hamas leadership with their dreams of killing every last Jew”
Andrew Fox is the author of a 2012 satire novel that was apparently ahead of its time.
He writes at Hollywood in Toto:
When Outrageous Satire Gets Trumped by Hamas Terror
The book’s plot sprang from a thought experiment:
- What if the End Times arrive, and the traditional Jewish version is the true version?
- How will the world react to the return of the God of Israel?
- How will the Jews themselves react?
- What if progressive and secular Jews reject God, preferring apostasy to the necessity of telling their atheist, Muslim, Christian and Hindu friends and associates their beliefs are wrong?
The novel’s protagonist, Jacob Zvi, is a 20-something graduate student at Tulane University. Born in New Orleans, he made aliyah to Israel as a high schooler with his parents but, unable to face the pressures of life as an Israeli, he returned to New Orleans to pursue a doctoral degree…
What seemed like far-out satire in 2012 now looks like prim prudery compared with the real-life butchery of children in front of their parents, beheading of infants and raping of girls and women until their bones were broken that invading Hamas terrorists carried out — and filmed and uploaded to social media with glee — on October 7.
It is becoming increasingly impossible to satirize the Hamas leadership with their dreams of killing every last Jew, their perverse Jewish enablers and the media who happily parrot every Palestinian talking point.
The literary imagination finds itself in a losing race with the real world’s escalating barbarity and the lengths to which supposedly educated people will go to justify it.
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