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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Kuwaiti newspaper op-ed condemns Merkaz HaRav terror attack

This is most definitely a flying pigs moment.

The Kuwaiti newspaper al-Watan published an op-ed today that condemned Thursday night's terrorist attack on the Merkaz HaRav yeshiva, and said that there was no comparison between the attack and Israel's accidental killing of civilians in Gaza.
"The attack at the yeshiva was a barbaric murder of eight children who were engaged in religious study," read an op-ed in the daily Al-Watan. "This odious and inhuman terror attack exemplifies the extremist and inhuman path of the terror organizations Hamas and Hizbullah."

The writer goes on to assert that "the terror attack must prompt the free world to comprehend the magnitude of terrorism and its threats and to realize that a clear and unequivocal stance must be assumed against it. There can be no negotiations with terrorism that indiscriminately aims itself at students, women and babies without any consideration for the means and the targets."

Contrasting the terror attack with the IDF's operations in the Gaza Strip, the writer explains that "there is no link between a murderous terrorist act and the inadvertent killing of civilians in response to the firing of rockets by Hamas."
I wonder if the US State Department, the UN and the EU would agree. If so, they would have to give up their 'cycle of violence' nonsense, wouldn't they?


At 7:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fatwa issued.

At 3:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 3:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

p.s., ...perhaps the Kuwaitis still remember how the Paleostinians congratualted Saddam on his "liberation" of Kuwait? Of course, the fact that Israel is also the victm of their foes never stopped others from turning on us, so that does speak well for whoever wrote that piece!


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