Thursday, August 4, 2016

When "savage" is far too kind of a word for a Palestinian terrorist - by Stephen Flatow

To sum up: a well-educated professional-in-training, who has lived his entire life under Palestinian rule, was so incensed at the idea of a Jew walking in the vicinity of the Al-Aqsa Mosque that he set out to slaughter, maim and poison as many other Jews as possible. In my book "savage" is too kind a word for such a person

Stephen M. Flatow..
03 August '16..

After a Palestinian civil engineering student was revealed on August 2 to be the terrorist arrested for plotting a large-scale attack two weeks ago on Jerusalem's light rail in revenge for Jews visiting the Temple Mount, everyone's natural reaction to the terrorist’s capture was to breathe a sigh of relief, feel a sense of gratitude to the quick-thinking security guards who caught him and turn the page.

But before turning our attention away from this latest near-miss, it might be worth pondering a few lessons that might be learned.

Lesson #1:

It's not the "occupation." Would-be bomber Ali Abu Hasan is a resident of the town of Beit Ula, six miles northwest of Hebron. Like 99 percent of Palestinians, he lives under the rule of the Palestinian Authority (PA), not Israel. Former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin withdrew Israel's forces from Beit Ula way back in 1995. This means that Hasan has lived literally his entire life under Palestinian, not Israeli, occupation.

Lesson #2:

It's not about borders or settlements, either.

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Stephen M. Flatow, an attorney in New Jersey, is the father of Alisa Flatow, who was murdered in an Iranian-sponsored Palestinian terrorist attack in 1995.

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