No degree of hateful expression (or action) is forbidden to them:
The editor of a pan-Arab daily published in London says the terrorist attack on Jerusalem’s Mercaz Harav Yeshiva on March 6 attack was “justified” and that the religious seminary is responsible for “hatching Israeli extremists and fundamentalists.”
In his lead article last Sunday, Abd al-Bari Atwan, editor of Al-Quds Al-Arabi, chose not to condemn the shooting attack in which eight students were killed and nine were wounded, and said the celebrations in Gaza that followed symbolized the “courage of the Palestinian nation.” — Jerusalem Post
The Palestinian Arabs have always murdered Jews. When there were only a few Jews in the region, as in Tzfat in 1834, the Arabs raped and murdered them. Before the founding of the State of Israel, as in Hevron in 1929, the Arabs murdered Jews. During the so-called Arab Revolt of 1936-39, the Nazi-inspired and financed Palestinian Arabs murdered Jews.
When the UN partition resolution was approved in 1947, guess what the Arabs did? Yes, and they also did it in the period between 1948 and 1967, when ‘the occupation’ began and Yasser Arafat learned from his Soviet backers that he could get Western liberals on his side by recasting his racist, genocidal campaign as a ‘war of national liberation’, and the outnumbered Jews as a powerful colonialist oppressor.
Now everything is supposed to be about Palestinian human rights, occupation, and oppression, but we can get a clue toward what it is really about by looking at the Hamas Covenant, by noticing that the Arabs have refused every possible compromise that would leave Israel standing, by the fact that they continue to attack Israel from Gaza after the withdrawal, and — quite convincingly — simply by listening to them.
Israeli extremists and fundamentalists murdered by courageous Palestinians
Top left: Avraham David Moses (16), Ro’i Roth (18), Neria Cohen (15), Yonatan Yitzhak Eldar (16); Bottom: Yochai Lifshitz (18), Segev Peniel Avihail (15), Yehonadav Haim Hirschfeld (19), Doron Meherete (26).