Some fights are easily worth killing anyone or any other cost. But sometimes people assign that level of importance to lesser fights. WWII was a fight of the first kind, which had to be won at any cost. The state of Israel, honestly, is not in that category. It does not protect Jews (quite the opposite, in fact). It did serve as a respite after WWII but it 's real value is entirely economic and political, it's beneficiaries few. It is maintained, and defended, almost entirely by spinning and distorting facts, like most countries. It's not to kill for and it's not to die for. Zionism is a wasteful ideology that tries to suck the energy from Judaism.
53-year-old Israeli woman lightly wounded by stone-throwing near Efrat settlement (Haaretz)
from the article: Israel's own sorry version of Islamic paradise