Songwriter and guitarist Peter Himmelman launched a pro-Israel tune Wednesday referred to as “Grey is the Most Dangerous Color,” criticizing those that have tried to attenuate the atrocities dedicated by the Palestinian terror group Hamas on October 7.
The lyrics embody the following strains:
As you watch the slaughter of infants, will you rationalize it?
Can you name it what it’s, or will you sit and analyze it?
You’ve been educated, however your levels didn’t make you smart
You can’t see the face of evil when it’s proper earlier than your eyes
In an unique assertion to Breitbart News, Himmelman stated:
I’m no soldier, I’m a songwriter. But when my folks, the Jewish folks, are in want I take advantage of no matter sources I posses to assist out.
Right now, the warfare is being fought on two fronts. The first, is a strategic and tactical army warfare in opposition to Hamas and their ilk. The second is a warfare of concepts, one which pits the forces of humanity in opposition to the forces of loss of life and barbarism. This is a battle that has lengthy wanted waging. Stuffed to the gills with cash from Qatar, our as soon as nice universities are turning out college students who don’t have any sense of historical past, no sense of geopolitics, no judgment of right and wrong.
When I noticed images of school college students — our supposed finest and brightest— chanting “From The River To The Sea,” a barely disguised name for the loss of life of seven million Israeli Jews, I received off the telephone with my daughter, took out my guitar and instantly wrote this tune.
The tune was launched by means of StandWithUs, a pro-Israel group that’s energetic on social media.
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