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    • Gina
    • 17.04.06 | 04:11 (IDT)

    The Palestinians know full well what a terrorist is. When suicide bombers blew up hotels in Jordan which murdered several dozen Palestinians, did the Palestinians: Pass out candy, cake or other sweets? Put up posters of their jihadi brothers? Strap bombs on their toddlers and send them out in hate parades to show solidarity of the suicide bombers? No. They declared three days of mourning. Did anyone else read comments by the victims families? I did. One such comment went like this: "How could they do this? How could they do this? How could they bomb innocent women and children. How could they bomb a wedding? They're animals. Not even a Jew would do this." Yes, even their slurs speak the truth.

    from the article: Who is a terrorist?
    First published 00:00 16.04.06 | Last updated 00:00 16.04.06
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