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Sunday, July 20, 2008

'For the sake of Allah' - Part 1

What makes the minds of 'Palestinian' suicide bombers tick? This video - which is the first of three - draws extensively on interviews with jailed 'Palestinian' terrorists.

Note the interview with Ahlam Tamimi - the despicable woman who led the suicide bomber to Sbarro in 2001 - towards the end of this segment. She feels sorry for the bomber but not for his victims. And the bomber's only concern was whether there would be religious Jews in the restaurant because, explains Tamimi, the conflict is a religious conflict.

Anyone still think there can be peace?

Let's go to the videotape.


At 2:50 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Hat Tip to Carl - Mordechai Kedar (Yes THAT Dr. Kedar who was interviewed awhile back on Jazeera) has just written an op-ed on Ynet about the need for Israeli patience and perseverance. Israelis are always in a hurry and this leads them to make costly mistakes. When it comes to Israel's enemies, they'll willing to hold out for what they can get. Israelis on the other hand are all too willing to settle for for less than they deserve. Its the language of post-Zionism - have it all now regardless of whether the benefits bring Israel any meaningful return. As Dr. Kedar would say, the events of the past week have witnessed the emergence of a post-Jewish spineless people. In short, a people that believes in nothing has no real future.


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