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Video: Palestinian murderer massacres 21 Israeli children
On June 1st 2001, a Friday night, a Palestinian homicide/suicide bomber exploded himself in front of a disco in Tel-Aviv killing 21 Israeli children and wounding 120 (most of the killed were in their teens, including many 14 and 15-year-old girls).
Mideast Truth (www.mideasttruth.com) has released a video that describes this homicide/suicide bombing with interviews and footage of the Palestinian killers and a mother of some of the victims.
These Palestinian murderers are proud of killing unarmed Israeli kids and they regularly tape videos of themselves before conducting their massacres. This video shows the Palestinian slime saying:
The video also shows how these Palestinian murderers become "martyrs" - their killings are celebrated in Palestinian towns and cities. There's also footage of what can be regularly heard in Palestinian mosques:
If you are a Palestinian reading this, mark my words: you will get nothing out of such despicable acts! You will only reinforce the Israelis' love for life and their struggle against your terror. You will not get a Palestinian State and your terrorist organizations, the Hamas, the Islamic Jihad and Arafat's terror groups (e.g. the Al-Aksa brigades, the Tanzim) will be destroyed.
To see the video, click here. (Windows Media format).
To see the faces of the Israeli children massacred by this Palestinian homicide/suicide bomber, click here.
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