Skip to comments.Murder ‘Raises Tough Questions’
Posted on 09/21/2013 11:45:38 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has sent his condolences to the Hazan family of Bat Yam, whose son Tomer Hazan, 20, an IDF soldier, was kidnapped and murdered by a terrorist on Friday.
The slaying was part of the ceaseless terror war that Israel faces, he said. Israel will continue to fight terrorists with all the means at its disposal, he wrote.
Deputy Defense Minister Danny Danon blamed the Palestinian Authority for the slaying. This cruel murder is the result of the ongoing incitement by the Palestinian leadership, he accused.
Abu Mazen [Mahmoud Abbas] lends support to these horrific acts when, after the festive declarations in the ongoing negotiations, he continues to pay grants to murderers in prison. Twenty years after Oslo, the Palestinians have still not abandoned the path of terrorism, he added.
Danon recently called to annul the Oslo Accords in an op-ed for the New York Times.
MK Moti Yogev (Bayit Yehudi/Jewish Home), a colonel in the IDF reserves and a former commander of an elite unit, warned that Israel faces tough questions in wake of the attack.
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Should we kick Abbas and all his cronies out of the country? Only from a plane flying from a high enough altitude.
What will Obama say about all this? Let's find out.
Israel never should have recognized the pigastinians. But better late than never.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
The slaying was part of the "ceaseless" terror war that Israel faces, he said. Israel will continue to fight terrorists with all the means at its disposal, he wrote. Deputy Defense Minister Danny Danon blamed the Palestinian Authority for the slaying. "This cruel murder is the result of the ongoing incitement by the Palestinian leadership,"
That raises a tough question. Did his villagers pass out candy or shoot off fireworks to celebrate his murder? If the answer is yes, well that answers that question.
Did his village stop him from doing it when they knew he was doing it?
Good point. OK. If the answer to that tough question is yes, f@#$ ‘em.